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Edison Beaumont Won Pen World Magazine Readers’ Choice Award!

Posted by on Jun 16 2014, in Awards

Hi Pen Fans!

I’m very proud to announce that the Beaumont Pneumatic has won a 2014 Pen World Magazine Annual Readers’ Choice Award!  The category won was Best Vintage Inspired Pen.

Actually, we tied with the Omas Arte Italiana, but both pens were given the award.  If you also look at the recipients of the other awards, you’ll see that we are in awfully good company!  

So at the risk of bragging, can I give a rundown of Edison Pens that have been recognized with awards in the last 4 years?

2011 Huron Pen World Readers’ Choice Award Nominated
2011 Collier Goldspot Pen of the Year Won
2012 Beaumont Goldspot Pen of the Year Won
2013 Menlo Goldspot Pen of the Year Won
2014 Beaumont Pen World Readers’ Choice Award Won

We’re very proud to have been honored with the awards above, and we promise to continue innovating!

If you’d like to read a PDF from Pen World regarding the Reader’s Choice Awards, click here.


Brian at Edison



  • David

    Well done! A beautiful piece that reflects the highest workmanship…..and innovation. It is refreshing that pens of such high quality are made right here in the US.

  • Thanks David!

  • Tony Demarest


    Yet another beauty-

  • Moises Camacho-Tapia

    Beautiful pen. I have days, weeks, marveling for this fountain pen in flex nib.

  • Thanks for the comments!

  • Jen

    congratulations! My pneumatic is one of my most treasured possessions. Glad to see the model getting its due in the broader foutain pen world.

  • Lori

    Congratulations. Having bought a Menlo at the Chicago Pen Show this year, I’ve seen firsthand the workmanship and creativity that go into your pens. At the show I decided I wanted a Beaumont in stained glass. But thanks to the Fountain Pen Network I saw Molten Ores and love that too. There is a lot in names. I’ve been wondering how you chose the names for the different pen models.

  • Thanks for the comments, Lori!

    The names for each pen model generally have something to do with Thomas Edison. Sometimes they are a stretch, but they usually all have some connection.

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