The amazing colour pattern of the Kaweco Supra Fireblue is literally created by fire. Each pen is heated with a torch, which brings out the colours and gives every pen its own distinctive and unique look.
It was in 1910 that Kaweco first produced a Liliput fountain pen of ebonite. The remake of this series is made of solid brass as a fountain pen with a steel nib (Bock Heidelberg). The Kaweco Liliput Supra is slightly wider than the standard Kaweco Liliput. Also this variant of the Kaweco Liliput is a bit bigger and comes with an additional removable extension to extend the pocket fountain pen an extra 2,5cm for the ultimate writing comfort. The Kaweco Liliput Supra Fountain pen uses standard international cartridges.
Kaweco belongs to one of the oldest brands on the market. For more than 125 years Kaweco pens are an integral part of the High-Class assortments. Kaweco insistently focuses on the thin line between tradition and innovation and therewith since 1883 secur