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Parker Sonnet Cisele Ballpoint

Price: $225.00
Item: AP1988
Write a sonnet with this Parker ballpoint pen
The Parker Sonnet could be your lifelong companion, or, in the words of the Bard and master sonnetmaker himself, “To me, fair friend, you never can be old/For as you were when first your eye I eyed...” This Parker ballpoint can provide a lifetime of creative inspiration for lovers of writing by hand.
  • Deploys with a twist
  • Solid matte sterling silver with a finely chiseled pattern
  • 23K gold-plated appointments
  • 5 3/8L x 3/8 diameter; 1 oz
  • Made in France
  • We offer Parker ballpoint refills
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Pens:  Shipping is just $6 for any number of pens or pen stations
Ink Refills:  Cartridges and other refills ship free  (bottled ink is $4)
Parker Sonent Chiseled Ballpoint 5 5 3 3
What a beautiful pen! I've bought many pens from Levenger, but the Sonnet is my new favorite. I chose the champagne one with the gold trim as my holiday gift (nice when you get to choose!) and immediately fell in love with it. It's as functional as is it is beautiful. December 1, 2013
Love My Pen! The pen looks good, feels good in the hand, and writes good on paper. January 13, 2012
Parker Cisele BP Normally I'm a fountain pen guy. And I have a few in my collection that are noteworthy. But this ball point pen, at least this particular style has stuck with me for years. Back in my high school days I would strike out for the highway on foot and hitch-hike to a town about 35 miles south to just hang around on the university campus, eventually the one I graduated from. My mom would drive me back home as she worked in this college town and commuted daily. So, here I am on the side of the road with my thumb out and I look down and find this pen. Essentially undamaged. Perfectly functional. It was this pen. Except at that time (early seventies when I found it) it clicked to deploy rather than turned. But that pen stayed with me all through college (I was on the six-year plan). Then, one day I couldn't find it. It's been gone since. And I have missed it. So I couldn't wait to get enough $$ to replace it. This is, by far, one the best pens I own now, and even though it's not a fountain pen, the balance and flow and feel are superb. Hard to go wrong with a Parker pen. April 4, 2011
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