I have two Parkettes, a red and a green. They aren’t red and green versions of each other; they have subtle differences in the details. The red one’s clip is more elaborate, and it sports a 14k nib instead of the steel of the green. Both have fluted bodies, three trim rings and bands on the ends of the cap and barrel.
Whimsy made me do this.
In a previous entry I mentioned that I fixed the nib of the green Parkette. The red has a medium nib with some flex. I can’t resist matching the ink color to the pens – when they’re this vibrant, black ink just seems sad.
The inks are Diamine Light Green and Styl’ Honoré’s Cocktail in Coucher de Soleil.