A fountain pen is a writing apparatus prepared with a metal nib (usually solid gold) that uses a casing, converter, or other inner reservoir in order to deliver a nonstop and reusable ink source. Fountain pens have been known in the late 19th century and mainly substituted the previous dip pen, which had grown from quill pens and which required plunging in an ink well every few streaks in order to uphold an ink quantity.
All to know about: Leonardo Da Vinci Fountain Pen
This uncommon Aurora Fountain Pen is dedicated to the ultimate prodigy off all time, Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519). He was an Italian Renaissance man whose expertise spans a significant number of subject areas and who is one of the greatest painters of all time.
This creation has a golden cap and all the body of the pen is decorated with lacquer filled engravings drawn from the works of Leonardo, and from his designs.
This limited edition Pen No 857/1919 is in finely chiseled vermeil (gold plated silver). This masterpiece of Italian workmanship is stamped 925 and has a special internal lever-type filling system in a new nib, designed as a bird feather made in 18-karat solid gold that comes in a case with a treasurable magnifying lens paperweight.
All to know about: Michel Perchin Gothique Fountain Pen
The Michel Perchin Gothic came to and echoes the glorious medieval style and originality of the Gothic Era. The limited edition pen No 71/250 is hand-carved and engraved made from a bar of solid sterling silver and is etched with an sophisticated design signifying prehistoric castles.
The unusual Gothic Fountain pen is mounted with a 18-karat gold nib and is complemented by a grey colored and sterling silver cap with a coated black body with silver additions in the form of a fortified castle.
Momentous amount of hours are dedicated to the making and design of each Gothic masterpiece is enthused by historic structures as cathedrals and tapestries reflecting the beauty of remarkable world grace.
Michel Perchin writing apparatuses give the word a novel meaning. Their sole designs reach back into time to capture sophistication unknown in today’s world of mass production. The result is an influential worth to be passed from one generation to the next.
All to know about: Omas Casanova Fountain Pen
The exceptional Omas fountain pen is dedicated to Giacomo Casanova represents the desire of writing. Giacomo Girolamo Casanova was an Italian explorer and writer from the Republic of Venice.
The fountain pen is painted in porcelain with an 18-karat solid gold trim with a goldsmith stamp. The maker of this limited addition pen number 18/73 was captivated with the originality and symmetry of ancient Greek architectural designs that led to mark Greek embellishment patterns on the caps.
Each pen is exclusively made through thirty-two distinct activities and over the sequence of a hundred days with the emphasis on producing prominently flexible gold nibs. With premium meticulous detail completed into gems with full of the beauty that will enhance the pleasure of all your writing moments.
All to know about: Montegrappa Amerigo Vespucci Fountain Pen
This unusual Montegrappa Amerigo Vespucci fountain pen tributes to the Italian navy vessel, Ship Vespucci, marked as the most fine-looking ship in the world and was manufactured as the year of the ships launch.
This limited edition number 366/1931 pen is outstandingly crafted in sterling silver embellishment including features of the ship with an 18-karat gold nib. The tip is carved with the symbol AV in a well vivid scene inspired from the ornament supporting the figurehead. This writing instrument also structures a low-relief inscription of the big ship under travel framed with acanthus leaves.
The clip is made of sterling silver representing the figurehead that depicts Amerigo Vespucci, the great Tuscan Navigator. The cap is finished with polished white and black colors characterizing the ship's hull and an applied enamel crafted “Jack Flag” on the sterling silver along with the name of the ship as a final decoration.
All to know about: Ferrari Da Varese "King's" Fountain Pen
This rare Ferrari da Varese fountain pen known as “King’s” was named and reflects the city of Varese. The limited edition pen number 44/333 is a 925 sterling silver with an 18-karat gold nib
Ferrari da Varese is pleased to produce flawless creations in green enamel, the honorable colored jewelry glass whose method is hundreds years old. Enamel is in fact a fusion between glass and metal, obtained through a course of numerous melting and firing. The green color signifies youth, brightness, of water from silvery springs, of the nature which in the city transforms itself reflecting the originality of where the pen came to be produced.
The coating enamel powder develops into an adhesive once assorted with water, and it is then applied to the sterling silver with a brush and then fired in a furnace, this process is repeated numerous times.