The Liliput pen saw the light in 1910. When Kaweco launched it for the very first time it was made of ebonite (vulcanized rubber). The revised edition of this classic model is now made of lightweight aluminium with steel tip. Only 9,7 cm once opened, this Liliput is still one of the smallest pens around to fit a standard ink cartridge.
Concrete Matter presents Liliput in black, brass and pure copper. This dandy little pen will become your traveling companion in no time. Both on and off the road. The German Kaweco has been an expert in stationery since 1883, all the while perfecting their classic and timeless look.
Material: Specially treated brass which gives each pen a unique character
Length opened: 12,5 cm / 4.9 inch
Length closed: 9,7 cm / 3.8
Germany has a long and rich history in stationery. Because there was no access to graphite like in England, a solution was found in the shape of powdered graphite. The pencil industry bloomed and well-known industry giants such as Faber-Castell and Staedtles were born in the 19th century. Read the full Kaweco story here.