Pen Nib Cuff Links
For the writer in your life.
Esterbrook fountain pens were a classic American product, manufactured in NJ from 1858 to 1971. The nibs, high polish stainless steel and trimmed with gold vermeil, were considered icons of high quality for artists and writers alike. When the company shut down production in 1971, Charles Shulz of Peanuts fame purchased the entire remaining stock of one style so as to ensure he never ran out.
Each pen nib is mounted on a swivel back sterling silver cuff link and comes with a certificate of authenticity that explains the history of the piece and a gift box.
Measures approximately 7/8" long by 3/8" wide.
Made in California