Experience five decades of pen history made manifest in the sublime LAMY 2000 fountain pen.
A modern design classic, the LAMY 2000 first made its mark in 1966, instantly setting a standard that would define LAMY’s range of premium writing instruments for more than 50 years. Based on the Bauhaus principle “form follows function”, the focus on simple, practical design is why the LAMY 2000 is still an icon of elegance and efficiency after so many years.
With the LAMY 2000 in your pocket, you’ll always have a moment of design history close to hand.
Design excellence at your fingertips
The award-winning LAMY 2000 is made of a combination of fiberglass and stainless steel, giving it a silken, textured, almost organic feel. That texture is reflected in the pen’s natural curves, which couple with the perfectly-judged weight and fine balance to offer a graceful writing experience.
Luxurious 14kt gold nib with platinum plating
Made from 14kt gold, the LAMY 2000 fountain pen nib is soft where it matters, with the structural strength needed to retain its shape after ream upon ream of writing courtesy of platinum-plating. Choose from Medium, Fine, and Extra Fine Nibs.
Use your favourite ink
Featuring a piston refill mechanism, the LAMY 2000 fountain pen is easy to fill with your favourite bottled ink, opening up a world of colour possibilities.
Internationally renowned for their sophisticated, timeless design, LAMY writing instruments are part of a decades-old family tradition that prizes simplicity and durability, resulting in a range of pens, mechanical pencils, inks and paper that stands the test of time. Made in Germany since 1966, the meticulous design and construction process that goes into each LAMY product ensures a delightful and enduring writing experience that’s anything but disposable.
QUANTITY: 1 x fountain pen
REFILLING MECHANISM: Piston-operated, use bottled ink. Suits LAMY T51 and T52 Bottled Fountain Pen Ink.
MATERIALS: 14kt gold platinum plated nib, Makrolon and stainless steel
SOURCE: Made in Germany. Designed by Gerd A. Müller