Her mysterious smile has captivated our attention since Leonardo Da Vinci painted her. Most likely painted between 1503 and 1506, the work of art is said to celebrate the birth of the subject’s second child, a son.
Now Stipula introduces a fascinating pen named in her honor, based on the patented and award-winning capless pen mechanism that Stipula developed and named to pay a homage to Leonardo, who lived and worked in Stipula’s hometown of Florence during the Renaissance.
The creation of the Monna Lisa pen celebrates the ingenuity of the artist Davinci and illustrates Stipula’s creative approach to contemporary writing instruments.
This pen has Stipulas Patented Retractable mechanism that houses its flexible T-Flex nib. For $25 more, I can include a Delta Markiaro Leather 1 Pen case in either Orange or Black.