Function alone determines form. With this design principle Lamy has won the hearts of many design enthusiasts throughout the world. And this all started with the LAMY 2000. When it made its first appearance in the shop windows in 1966, it was the first writing instrument of the modern era which did not seek to be a status symbol but simply an honest, high-precision tool for writing by hand.
The LAMY 2000 taxus is the latest version celebrating the classic LAMY 2000. The LAMY 2000 taxus is a ballpoint pen made of resilient golden-yellow yew wood. Solid, spring-operated stainless steel clip. All fittings in high-grade Palladium finish.