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The Inder Pen

The Inder Pen


The Inder Pen is slim and elegant, with no clips, logos or unnecessary embellishment.

  • Description

    Made from solid copper bar, the Inder has a satisfying weight and balance that lends itself to playful ponderings, as well as serious work.

    Each pen is supplied with a Monteverde Soft Roll cartridge in coppery brown. Reminiscent of Leonardo da Vinci’s sepia toned sketches, this shade is versatile and distinctive.

    Copper responds to touch and evolves with its environment. You will notice that Inder warms in your hand and that over time it develops a patina. Copper patinas can vary from deep charcoal to dazzling turquoise and your pen’s patina will be unique to you. If you prefer your pen to shine, Inder can be polished to a stunning finish; or you can allow your pen to evolve and age with you.

    Recognised for centuries for its healing properties, copper kills 99.9% of disease causing bacteria within two hours, making this the ideal pen for those working in sensitive environments.

    The case is made from tin in a shiny black lacquer.



    Weight: 67 gms
    Length: 141.5 mm    
    Diameter: 9.52 mm
    Cartridge: Monteverde Soft Roll

  • Caring for your pen

    We put a lot of time and care into the design, engineering and finishing of all our products. We hope that this information will help you to enjoy them for many years.


    All of our products are made by hand, using a combination of traditional and modern techniques. Each item is unique, and no two items will have precisely the same tone or markings.


    Our products are crafted from solid copper or brass. Over time the metal will naturally oxidise, developing a rich, dark patina that is unique to your touch. Copper and brass patinas vary in colour from a deep charcoal to vibrant turquoise, making each item beautifully distinct.


    To restore the original shine to your item, copper and brass can be polished gently with a soft polishing cloth and waxed to reduce oxidisation.


    We recommend Renaissance Wax, which was developed by the British Museum in the 1950s and is still used today to protect artefacts in the world’s major museums and art galleries. It is important to note that wax creates a barrier between the object and its environment, reducing the natural antibacterial properties of the metal.


    All Copper Collection products are splash proof, but please avoid direct contact with perfume, creams and other sprays as these may cause discolouration.


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