Back to IPG…IPG just ensures that the iridium tipping material had been purchased
from Germany. Any nib manufacturer can purchase their tipping material from Germany, produce their particular nibs anywhere they wish, but still stamp their nib IPG. This isn't unlawful. In this instance, the “Germany” part of IPG is talking about the tipping material. If “Made in Germany” had been stamped on a nib which was perhaps not manufactured in Germany, after that this would not be legal.
Just what exactly does this really indicate? This means that any nib made to any high quality requirements could be stamped IPG. In the end, it means your consumer may need to contain the IPG nib and/or pen producer responsible for disclosing the origin of the nibs, despite just what has-been stamped.
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