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Brause Rose Pump Pen



Draw and write with a Brause Rose nib in our Pump Pen.

  • Use any ink or paint, even India ink or acrylic paint
  • Slip the nib in and out easily
  • Also use the Zebra Manga G or our Sketch nib
  • Select your feed flow rate below
  • Large capacity cartridge - draw all day and don't worry about running out
  • Screw-on cap and body prevent leakage

Our Pump Pen is ideal for encouraging the flow of ink or paint. This is especially useful when you want to:

  • Kick start the flow for a new nib
  • Ink in large areas, such as backgrounds and backgrounds
  • Force more ink or paint for a surge when you want to draw more quickly, flex back nibs or work with quill nibs where the ink flows through the nib tube
  • Work with thicker inks and paints that don't flow easily

You can add Brause Rose nibs to your order.

View all our Brause Rose pens.

About the reservoir

You can double the volume of ink or paint stored in the pen by removing the reservoir and filling the body. The reservoir provides a double wall of guaranteed protection, which might be what you want, but it does reduce your carrying capacity.

Note: This pen is slightly more expensive than other large nib Pump Pens because of the higher cost for the Brause Rose nib.

Feed flow rate

This pen ships with the standard feed flow, which works with most popular drawing inks and paints. You can order the rich flow feed, which is designed for especially thick inks and paints, such as traditional India ink and acrylic paint. We suggest you try the standard flow feed first, and if that doesn't work, step up to the rich flow feed.

Other nibs you can use

  • Zebra Manga G, our Sketch nibs, most Brause nibs, many Osmiroid nibs, and selected Hunt nibs including the 22B, 56 and 101
  • Use our Nikko/Tachikawa feed to use those nibs
  • Use our adaptors to draw with smaller nibs, such as the crowquill, Gillott 303, and Principal nib. 

What you get in the package

  • One Pump Pen
  • One Brause Rose nib
  • Standard flow feed
  • User instructions 

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