The Liliput is one of the oldest Kaweco pens. In 1908 the then ebonite pen fascinated consumers with its simple style. Even today the Kaweco Liliput only consists of 3 parts: cap, barrel and grip section.
Measuring only 97mm when closed, just 87mm when opened and 125mm when the cap is attached to the barrel, the Liliput is one of the smallest fountain pens in the world.
This minimalist model is contructed in your choice of aluminum, copper, brass, or (blued) stainless steel. From lightweight for those on the go in aluminum, to copper and brass and their natural patinas, to heavy, indestructible, unique, hand-blued stainless steel, the series offers many variations.
The fountain pen uses standard international cartridge fill system. There is also an optional squeeze mini converter available for bottled ink use. A steel nib comes outfitted on all versions. You can choose between five nib sizes: EF - extra fine, for a very small and fine handwriting, F - fine, M - medium, B as a slightly wider nib and BB often for large, dramatic signatures. For beginners we recommend F or M.
Pen is supplied with an ink cartridge.
To aid in storage or to keep from rolling, an optional clip is available.