18th Century Parisian Ball Pen by the Metropolitan Museum of Art

18th Century Parisian Ball Pen by the Metropolitan Museum of Art

18th Century Parisian Ball Pen by the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Inspired by the collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the new Parisian pen is modeled after an exquisite 18th century 'tui design by the renowned French goldsmith Geroges-Antoine Croze. The 'tui was a small ornamental case originally used to hold sealing wax. Letters sealed with a wax stamp bearing the writer's crest were especially valued at a time when correspondence was hand carried. The Parisian pen features a gold-plated brass body with a scale pattern lacquered in blue, red and green. A blue cabochon sits atop the pen's crown Matching fountain pen, rollerball pen and ball pen in this series.

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Specifications
BP will take: any Parker® style BP or Gel refills [G2 format]
BP refills recommended: Schneider® Express 735, Softroll® fits Parker® by MonteVerde®, Schmidt® P900, Parker® BP refills, SZ Leqi® fits Parker®, Parker® QuinkFlow
Gel refills recommended: Capless Gel fits Parker® by MonteVerde®, Parker®-style P900 Gel refill by Private Reserve Ink®, Parker® gel refills
Pressurized BP refills recommended: Schmidt® P950, Schmidt®-style P950 from Private Reserve Ink®
Features Benefits
Special order item so allow 2-3 weeks to receive once order is placed. Subject to availability.
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