Thursday Things: Moon Dust

A starry flat lay of galaxy inspired fountain pens, notebooks, and ink.

Some pens are just from another galaxy of beauty and possess a grace that is simply celestial. This week’s Thursday Things collection brings together the plethora of gorgeous, nebulous inks and pens, orbiting effortlessly around the stellar Visconti Opera Master Luna at its center. Channel the awe-inspiring splendor of a sapphire sky awash with millions of glittering stars into your writing. Take a peek at Thursday Things: Moon Dust.

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A starry flat lay of galaxy inspired fountain pens, notebooks, and ink.

How do you capture a little stardust magic in your writing?

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company Team

2017-11-16T11:36:27+00:00 November 16th, 2017|Thursday Things|17 Comments
  • David L.

    I think you will be hard-pressed to beat this Thursday Things! The Collier here is beautiful! I thought I had it to when I bought an Edison, it would be the Sonoran Sunset Pearlette, but now the Collier is back in the race! Tough decision!

    • Tom Johnson

      David, it was hard deciding between this Collier and the Brushed Gold one I bought. I love the Blue Steel. Sometimes it is so hard to choose which Edison to get.

      • David L.

        Isn’t that an excuse to get multiple Edisons? πŸ™‚

        • Tom Johnson

          So far I have 4 of them!! So, I guess it is.

        • Lydia At Goulet Pens

          I like the way you think, David!

        • Kathy

          It certainly is. I love my Edisons and use them a lot. While not cheap, they are a great deal for the beauty and quality of the pens. I have several Nouveau Premieres, a Beaumont and a Collier. All of them are wonderful pens!

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      They really are all so beautiful. I struggle every day to choose a favorite.

  • Nancy Duhon

    What? No Poussiere de Lune? Does no one speak French at Goulet? πŸ™‚

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Just didn’t quite fit the color scheme, Nancy, seeing that it’s purple, but the name is super fitting πŸ™‚ Great suggestion

  • Tom Johnson

    I think that Blue Steel Collier would capture a little stardust magic for me. Right now Emerald of Chivor captures stardust in my writing. I love the brilliant sparkling blue resin on the Visconti Luna – so bright and lustrous. My preference would be for it to have a grip section of the same resin. Another Thursday Things home run, gold, silver, deep blues – perfectly arranged and photographed. I too thought of Poussiere de Lune before I had even seen which inks are included here. The translation is “moon dust”.

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Thanks, Tom!

  • Midg

    What, no Poussiere de Lune?!

  • Midg

    Sorry, just saw Nancy’s comment below.

  • Kathy

    This TT is a home run. Just beautiful. I’m lusting after that Aurora Optima. Hope Santa is reading this! I love the J Herbin Bleu Ocean ink. Think it is my favorite of the series.

    The new Visconti Opera Master Luna is incredible. I’m not a huge Visconti fan…well, I love the pens but think they are overpriced….but if I were going to buy one of their more expensive pens, this would be the one! It’s gorgeous!

    I’m not sure how to add more stardust, but I think the Aurora Optima with Bleu Ocean ink would be a great start! Santa, you can help out here!

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      I’m sure he’s listening πŸ˜‰

  • Angel

    What a beautiful Thursday Things!! I think that Edison Collier Blue Steel is absolutely gorgeous! My one question about it – would the size of it be okay for smaller hands? As I try more ink, I realize how much I enjoy the deep blues. My favorite shimmering ink at the moment is Diamine Blue Pearl. I love the color, and seeing the silver shimmer just makes me smile. πŸ™‚

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Kelsi on our Customer Care team has very small hands and says this pen is a bit much for her. I have larger hands and love it. The Pearlette might be better for smaller hands if you enjoy the Azure Skies color.