Stipula Etruria Fiesole

Stipula Etruria Fiesole Limited Edition

It was in September 2011, when I visited Mora Stylo in Paris I was asking Christine Regnault to show me some fountain pens with a broad nib. She assembled a selection of pens to try, and when I saw and wrote with the Stipula Etruria Fiesole the selection process was quickly concluded.

I have always liked the style of the Etruria pen. The Fiesole is hand-turned with rich gold-brown celluloid with veins of rich blue tones. I immediately liked the look of this pen. The Fiosole has a 18 k two tone gold nib and it provides a smooth writing experience.

Stipula Etruria Fiesole Limited EditionThe trim (clip, rings) are hand-cast, solid sterling silver with the classic Florentine decoration. Together they give the pen what I consider a classic look.

The Etruria has a soft, easy to hold design. The slightly rounded ends are very comfortable to the hand.

The pen uses a piston ink filling mechanism.

Stipula issued the Fiesole in 2008, so this is a pen that is nearing the end of availability. It is a limited production with 193 pens produced. I have pen is number 124. I particularly like the handwritten certificate of limited edition Stipula provides with the pen.

The first 88 pens were produced with matching .7 mm mechanical pencils.

Stipula Etruria Fiesole Limited Edition


Writing with this pen is a very satisfying experience. The nib is listed is listed as a specialty nib, 1.4 just a little larger than the standard broad nib produced by Stipula.