Pelikan Stola Pens

Pelikan Stola II Ball Pen

Pelikan Stola II Ball Pen
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Pelikan's story originates in 1838 when chemist Carl Hornemann founded a small company to produce ink and water colours. Based out of Hanover, Germany, the Pelikan logo itself is borne from his family's coat of arms and is now synonymous with one of the oldest brands in Germany.

Pelikan are famed for their 1929 invention of the differentiated piston filling mechanism. In the following decades, the company established its international reputation for manufacturing high-quality, plush fountain pens.

The Stola II ball pen in matt black and silver has an aluminium upper body and brass lower body. It has a twist mechanism to deploy the writing point and includes a Stylus tip. It takes a Pelikan 337 ball pen refill and comes presented in a clear plastic gift tube. It weighs 26g and measures 14cm in length.