New Visconti Rembrandt Colors!

Visconti Rembrandt

Your favorite affordable Visconti pen now has a few new looks! The Rembrandt collection has added 4 new colors to their line, sure to capture the hearts of fountain pen fanatics. New to this Visconti model? Check out our overview blog where Brian talks about how we came to carry the Rembrandt, pen features, unboxing, writing samples, and more helpful information.

Check out the newest colors:

The first three are now part of the new Art collection, while Pink joins in the Classic collection with Black, Blue, Red, and White!

Still featuring the natural variegated resin (creating a swirl marbling), the Rembrandt collection emulates the chiaroscuro technique the painter was known for with a metal ring on the cap engraved with ornamental motifs by Rembrandt. The cap also uses a simple magnetic closure to keep it secure on-the-go.

Check out this episode of Write Now where Brian, Rachel, and Drew show off the new pens with writing samples from each nib size:

Each pen comes with a converter while also accepting standard international short cartridges. This pen features a stainless steel nib that may look different depending on the nib size. As of right now, Visconti is out of fine nibs until August (for both the Rembrandt and Van Gogh). To help with this, Visconti actually found a surplus of extra-fine and 1.5mm stub nibs from previous pens. There’s enough stock of those to last through 2018, and will be available on both the Rembrandt and Van Gogh. Medium nibs are also on short supply, so you may see those go out-of-stock over the coming months. Because of all of this, the nib design may vary. Check out the picture below to see what each looks like:

Visconti Rembrandt Nibs

MSRP for the Visconti Rembrandt is $185, but as an authorized Visconti retailer, log into your gouletpens.com account and you’ll see our best price available! For more information and pictures of all colors available, check it out on GouletPens.com.

So what do you think of the new Rembrandt colors? Any of these catching your eye for 2018? Let us know in the comments below!

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company Team

2018-02-13T13:50:47+00:00 February 13th, 2018|Pen News, Pen Reviews|0 Comments