Sailor 1911 Large Fountain Pen - Ringless Epinard

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For decades, the 1911 has always been available with a center ring/band on the cap. Most of Sailor’s past ringless 1911 were reserved either for King of Pens series, Limited Edition series or Japan exclusives. Now it’s been made available to us as a North American Exclusive in the Epinard color!

This North American Exclusive Sailor 1911 Large fountain pen in Epinard has a classic cigar-shaped design, and features a dark spinach green resin barrel and cap, accented with a black ruthenium-plated clip. The legendary Sailor rhodium-plated 21kt gold nib comes in several options, each of which offers an extraordinary writing experience. The cap screws on to close, and the cap will post on the barrel when writing.

The Sailor 1911 Large fountain pen includes a proprietary Sailor converter for use with bottled ink, as well as 2 Sailor proprietary cartridges.

For the best long-term performance of your Sailor fountain pen, we highly recommend that you use the Sailor Fountain Pen Maintenance Kit for the most efficient way to clean your fountain pen!

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2 Reviews

Grant H Oct 23, 2019

An excellent, understated pen

My spinach pen is fitted with a MF nib and it is a great writer straight out of the box. The color seems more like a military green - none the less, a classy color and the gunmetal clip makes it look even more like it belongs in the top pocket of a general. The pen works well whether posted or not; when posted the balance is still good and I'll probably write with it posted all the time now. This is not an inexpensive writing instrument. If looking for bling, it is not for you. If, however, you want a superb, understated pen, I would highly recommend it.

Daniel Aug 23, 2019


First, I love the color. Not so much fresh spinach as cooked spinach ... a solid good color. I bought this with the zoom nib. Love it! Smooth easy flowing with easy variation in line on my terms not the nib’s. I do like the gunmetal finish to the clip ... it’s subdued, which I appreciate.

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