The Holloware pens were first produced in 1880, and the brand was revived in the 1970s by the German company Engel.
Today, Engel produces more than 2 million holloware pens.
These pens are typically made of sterling silver and have a fine nib.
In the past, they were sold as the Sterling Silver Holloware, but the name was changed to the “Athena Holloware” in 1984.
In 2017, Engel bought the German pen maker Nachrichten to form the brand, which was officially launched in January 2018.
Athena has produced a wide variety of pens since then, from the Classic Holloware to the Fountain pen, and it will continue to produce this style of nib for the foreseeable future.
In fact, the company has just released its own line of “Silver Holloware.”
Athenas flagship pen, the Athena, is a “silver pen” and is made from sterling silver.
While it is not a holloware in any way, the pen is also a nib that is very comfortable to hold, which helps to make the pen a popular choice for the daily user.
This pen is a good value, at around $30.50, though you may have to wait until it hits the market in 2019 to get it.
Here’s a look at the other popular holloware nibs in use today.
The Sterling Silver, or Platinum Holloware