Brause Writing Nib Set
Brause Writing Nib Set
Brause Writing Nib Set
Brause Writing Nib Set
Brause Writing Nib Set
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Brause Writing Nib Set

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Brause
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The Brause brand, created in 1850, is recognised for its qualitative nibs for calligrapher, write, draw and calligraphyBrause nibs can be found in the toolbox of many calligraphers, lettering artists, penmen and illustrators and are considered to be among the best on the market. 

2 nibs of each model: Cito-fein 0.3 mm, Rose and Sténo. The Cito fein 0.3mm is a golden nib with reservoir that is suitable for cursive writing (the letters are attached and form loops) or script (the letters are detached and resemble those in books).

The Rose is a fine pen that is hard enough for writing, drawing and calligraphy (Art of forming writing characters well).

The Sténo is a sharp and indented nib in blued steel whose flexibility is ideal for English (The writing "the English'' or "copperplate'' is a fine and linked traditionally inclined writing, coming from England ).Solid nibs that withstand the pressure of too heavy writing.

Set of 6 high precision Brause nibs presented in a box. Ideal for storing them and not losing them. Pack to offer to all lovers of calligraphy and beautiful writing. 

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Brause was founded in 1850 in Iserlohn, Germany, a region famous for the quality of its steel and the skill of its craftsmen

Brause has been crafting a complete set of nibs considered to be one of the best on the market by calligraphers. With over 100 years of manufacturing experience, Brause is one of the rare companies to guarantee an essential quality for its nibs: a subtle balance between relative elasticity for easier writing, and necessary resistance for clear strokes