Aurora Afrika Limited Edition Fountain Pen

Original price was: $1,075.00.Current price is: $860.00.

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Aurora Limited Edition Afrika Fountain Pen

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Aurora presents a limited and numbered edition inspired by one of the most fascinating continents on Earth.

This limited edition in marbled “land-of-Afrika” and gold, inspired by the African continent, is dedicated to all lovers of writing and the most demanding collectors.

These prestigious Aurora jewels are available in a warm mix of earthy colors that evoke the atmospheres of Afrika: from the Savannah, Serengeti, Sahara, Kilimanjaro, to the Pyramids and the vast expanses of dunes that so characterize the continent.

This limited edition includes only 7,500 numbered fountain and ballpoint pens, 5,500 rollerball pens, 2,500 mechanical pencils and just 999 numbered pieces of the innovative Sketch pen.

Each Afrika pen features a precious Onyx set in its glossy black head and a jewel clip with the profile of the African continent engraved on it.

Both the cap and the barrel are in marbled “land-of-Afrika” resin with gold plated trims. The barrel is decorated with precision casted, gold-plated rings, on which are engraved shields and symbols inspired by African Art.

The fountain-pen is distinguished by an 18kt solid gold nib and by the traditional hidden reservoir piston recharging system.

A collection that combines precious materials and quality artisan finishings and which expresses its originality through both its materials and its colors.

Weight 4 lbs
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