Visconti Limited Edition Skeleton Looking East Fountain Pen
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Visconti is thrilled to unveil the all-new Looking East collection, a masterpiece of craftsmanship that draws its inspiration from the timeless beauty of traditional Asian architecture. In ancient Eastern cultures, one’s house was not merely a place of residence; it was a reflection of personal taste, status, and wealth. This profound connection between architecture and identity is mirrored in the intricate design of our Looking East.
The Looking East collection boasts a captivating design, with its rose gold vermeil filigree adorning the pen’s body in a mesmerizing repeated squared pattern. This intricate detailing harmoniously contrasts with the rich, pearlescent deep blue resin that lies beneath it, creating a visual symphony that captures the essence of both tradition and modernity.
What sets this pen apart is its meticulous attention to detail. Each individual filigree frame is finely worked by engraving, carefully hollowing out a cylinder of silver and coating it with precious rose gold, showcasing the dedication to craftsmanship and the pursuit of excellence that defines the ”Looking East” collection.
The Looking East is available as a fountain pen and rollerball. The fountain pen features Visconti’s famous double reservoir power filling system with a threaded cap closure and is presented in a limited edition box. The collection is limited to 188 pieces worldwide.
Fountain Pen $2,595
Rollerball $2,295 (available by special order)
Edition: Limited, 188 pieces worldwide
Fountain Nib: 18kt Rose Gold: EF, F, M, B, S
Filling System: FP: Double Reservoir, Power Filler, RB: A40 Refill
Material: Acrylic Resin and Sterling Silver
Trims: Rose Gold Plating
More than just a writing tool, the ”Looking East” collection is a testament to the rich heritage of Asian design and the profound connection between architecture, identity, and craftsmanship.
“The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.”