The Bexley Pen Company, producer of the Bexley Ashland Fountain Pen. For the first time, Bexley offers one pen that you can easily change from fountain pen to roller ball. It comes to you with a fountain pen assembly containing a Bexley two-tone gold-plated German-made Schmidt steel Iridium point, fine nib width. A separate roller ball assembly also comes included. Ready to switch? Just unscrew the front section of the pen and swap it with the other assembly.
Founded in 1993 by a few pen enthusiasts. After decades of restoring and repairing pens they wanted to use modern technology to create classic designed pens. Bexley manufactures high quality pens in Columbus, Ohio, and distributes them to dealers around the world.
Bexley Ashland Fountain Pen
Their pen designs take inspiration from prime pens of past years. They manufactured some of the pens from ebonite, a hardened rubber that was popular before plastics came into use in the 20’s. In addition, their premium pens often have filigree overlays, an elegant style that became popular in the early 1900’s. They create designs with shapes from design trends, like stream line shapes, that were popular during the 1930’s, from airplanes to household objects. They also use a variety of ink filling systems. A few fill with an eye-dropper, some with a push button, and many accept either ink cartridges or a converter.
Howard Levy pays attention to detail, he is a strong believer in building in quality and not trying to “inspect” it into the pen. From the very first pen, with the Bexley brand and since then, the quality of every part of the pen has major importance. Howard has seen to it!
They take great care to make pens for the discerning writer. They use computer equipment, and decades of experience, to produce parts to exacting specifications. Their skilled craftsmen hand assemble and polish each pen. Their classic designs have an impeccable quality. Also, they love to share their enthusiasm for fine writing instruments with you, through the Bexley pen of your choice.