Brause Writing Nibs
Brause writing nibs can be found in the toolbox of many calligraphers, lettering artists, penmen and illustrators. Famous nibs include the Steno, nicknamed “Blue Pumpkin,” the Extra Fine Point, also known as “Arrow,” the Rose, and the Index Finger.
Offering a subtle balance between relative elasticity for easier writing, and the resistance necessary for clear strokes, Brause Nibs are manufactured from cold rolled steel and pressed with tools specific to each model and nib size. Brause was founded in 1850 in Iserlohn, Germany, which is why Brause nibs are often referred to as Iserlohn nibs.