Collection: Writing Quill

It is unknown when the first quills appeared, however some parts of the Dead Sea Scrolls were written with a quill in the second century BC. In the 7th century, St. Isidore of Seville mentions them in his writings, and it is believed that feather quills then began to spread as a popular method of writing as better than reed pens. 

Feather quills have been used to represent clerks and intelligentsia in radical and socialist symbolism since the 19th century. The strongest quills came from large birds' primary flight feathers, with geese being the most common source. 

 Documents written with a quill changed the course of history, with the quill being used to write the Magna Carta, the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution of several countries. 

 With the advent of more flexible tools of writing, feather writing quills gradually disappeared from the mainstream. The rise of digital technology was another nail in the coffin. 

 But, of late, modern quills are on the rise owing to the rich history and heritage associated with the word. 

 Hethrone has designed its own range of exquisite quill that notch up the free flow of writing. With different ranges to choose from, buying feather writing quills online is an adventurous experience. 

 Starting from single piece sets to customized ones for delivering utmost finesse, Hethrone allows you to buy feather writing quills online for as low as $35.