Difference between a fountain pen and a calligraphy pen?
Exposing my ignorance here, but, what exactly is the difference between a fountain pen and a calligraphy pen?
I know fountain pens come in various nib widths, and calligraphy pens do too. But, they seem to be treated as distinct entities on this board and in the various fountain pen sites I've visited.
Try as I might, I haven't grokked the difference yet.
Also, I've frequently said that I must stay away from fountain pens because I'm a pen spinner. But, is there any fountain pen that might withstand an occasional, inadvertent spin or two. Without damaging the pen and Jackson Pollock-ing the room? I'm definitely getting pen envy.
-in search of spatter free illumination