Kaweco Liliput Fire Blue fountain pen
The Liliput Fire Blue is a stainless steel Liliput, which is heated with a burner, not to harden the outside, but by heating the container and the cap, a special color pattern is created. No pen will look the same, but all will have a nice shade of steel with blue, purple, brown and orange.
It was 1910 when Kaweco produced the first Liliput fountain pens, which were then made of ebonite as so-called safety fountain pens. In 2011 this Liliput was reintroduced by Kaweco, first only in aluminum in black or silver, later other variants appeared in brass, copper and stainless steel. The Liliput pens are characterized by the all-metal design with the Kaweco logo etched on the cap end.
When closed, the Liliput measures only 97 mm, making it one of the smallest fountain pens in the world. The cap can be screwed onto the back of the barrel, giving the pen a comfortable standard length of approximately 125mm.
The excellent writing nibs are made by Bock from Heidelberg. The Kaweco Sport can be filled with the small standard cartridges.