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Brause Advanced Calligraphy Set

by Brause
Original price MYR 112.00 - Original price MYR 112.00
Original price
MYR 112.00
MYR 112.00 - MYR 112.00
Current price MYR 112.00

This small set is perfect as an introduction to writing with a fountain pen. The set contains 6 pen nibs ranging from extra fine to extra broad, a wooden nib holder and and a helpful calligraphy booklet.

The traditional Cito-fein nib is suitable for old-English script, the LÕecoliere great for writing and drawing, while the Steno (a short-hand blue steel nib) is best for writing. The Pfannen and Rose nibs are both steel-plated and ideal for monoline lettering, and the Index finger nib features a medium fine point and a large reserve of ink. For best results, use calligraphy ink.

These elegant nibs are made in the German town of Iserholn, where Brause has crafted their famous steel products for over a century.

Since 1850, Brause has maintained a reputation for producing high-quality, steel calligraphy nibs favoured by artists and illustrators.

This writing set contains;

  • One nib holder
  • 6 writing nibs(Cito-fein, Ecoliere, Steno, Pfannen, Rose and Index)
  • One booklet

The traditional cito-fein nib is suitable for old english script and monoline lettering

Ecoliere has a fine point, hard reaction for writing, drawing and calligraphy

The steno, a short hand blue steel nib with a very fine point, is best suited for old english script

The pfannen and rose are plated steel nibs with a strong writing style for monoline lettering

The index finger nib is simple and precise with a medium fine point and a large reserve of ink.


Brause was founded in 1850 in Iserlohn, Germany, a region famous for the quality of its steel and the skill of its craftsmen

Brause has been crafting a complete set of nibs considered to be one of the best on the market by calligraphers. With over 100 years of manufacturing experience, Brause is one of the rare companies to guarantee an essential quality for its nibs: a subtle balance between relative elasticity for easier writing, and necessary resistance for clear strokes