The classic par excellence
fountain pen with a 24-karat gold plate, high-quality resin and an opening to visualize the ink level. The Nibs of the M400 Souverän fountain pens are made of 14-carat/585 gold.
All Nibs are refined with a rhodied décor and their writing quality is hand-tested. fountain pens are equipped with a piston filling mechanism.
In 1929 Pelikan was the first company in the world to introduce a new piston mechanism. This pen is now available in several models and, although the design and some technical details have evolved since then, the basics of the mechanism remain unchanged.
In 1950, the 400 model of the pen was launched. Composed of a striped green body, it quickly became a global symbol of the brand Pelikan. In the eighties the series was named Surveron, although the German people had already given it the nickname Stresemann, the name of the secretary of state of the "Weimarer Republik" known for its striped costumes.
The Senveron Ivory-turtle scale was produced in 2004, like the 1950s model 400 with a transparent ink tank/tortoiseshell brown. Its transparent striped body shines with delicate gold. The hood and the remaining parts of the body are white and give this model its characteristic luminous splendor.
The manufacture of the body is a complex task, as the cotton fabric - its elaboration was specially developed by Pelikan - the manufacture must go through several stages in order to create this striped piece. The body is curved, smoothed and its contours are diamondized. The attributes of the double ring at the back of the body and on the hood are then integrated into the pen with the utmost precision to achieve a virtually even transition between materials. The writing instrument is then polished to achieve extreme brilliance before the tether, with the famous pelican and slightly flexible, is mounted.
If you like classical instruments, you have a Suveren pen.
Length with closed cap: 12.5 cm
Length with cap attached to the end: 14.6 cm
Weight without ink: 15.3g
Nib: EF, F, M or B