Cooperation between Pineider and Carbon Dream led to the making of the first pen ever made in Forged Carbon.
Made in Florence, Italy, and designed by Dante Del Vecchio, this fountain pen features Pineider's flexible nib, a quill-shaped clip, and a "soft touch magnetic lock" cap system.
The filling mechanism is unique - push the button to extract the piston knob, turn the piston knob like any other piston filler to fill the pen with ink, then push the button again to lock it in place.
This fountain pen has a smooth, soft 14k gold nib, which is flexible for ease of creating line width variation in your writing. Each pen also comes a Pineider Pen Filler for ease of filling.
The Pineider La Grande Bellezza Mystery Filler Forged Carbon Rose Gold is limited to 188 pieces worldwide.
About this pen:
Carbon Dream, a company established in 1993, is a leader in Italy and worldwide in the manufacture of details derived from composite materials. Its clientele represents the peak of luxury and technology, ranging from Ferrari Formula 1 and Bugatti to Ducati and yacht manufacturer Perini Navi.
Assisted by the 10 engineers and technicians working with Carbon Dream, Pineider has produced the mold and perfected the technology required to adapt Forged Carbon for writing implements.
Traditional carbon fiber is a fabric of thin fibers held together by a resin. It is lightweight and resistant, but quite difficult to mold into complex curves or to create different inner and outer profiles. Forged Carbon resolves these problems by using discontinuous fibers.
Forged composite material forgoes weaving, instead using casually arranged fibers mixed with resin, formed in a heated press at high pressure. The resulting compound is reliably strong in every direction. A further aesthetic bonus of casual fibers is that every end product is unique.
Forged Carbon is used in top-of-the-range automobiles by the most famous manufacturers, as well as for luxury watches and golf clubs. It has never used to produce writing instruments until now.
Mysterious watches have watch dials that do not indicate the time, where you have to guess the time from the position of the hour and minute hands. In this Mystery Filler fountain pen, the plunger is enriched with a mechanism that allows the user to conceal the activation button back inside the barrel after filling the pen, which prevents the filling system from opening accidentally.
The Quill Nib
Pineider's 14k gold Quill Nib was designed in 2017, following a global writing trend for flexible nibs. It is endowed with an excellent memory. This flexible nib was designed for everyday writing, including beginners. Remember that a fountain pen is an extension of one's hand and requires no pressure when writing.
Twist Magnetic Lock
Pineider has invented a new pen closure system capable of combining the pleasure of the screw cap with the immediacy and security of the magnetic closure.
The problem with traditional closures is that they do not tell you when the pen is closed, so it is easy to distractedly put the pen in your pocket without screwing the cap tight. In Pineider's patent, the polarization of the magnets makes for a soft opening and and even more satisfying closure: you can open the pen slowly or you can watch it rotate on itself in your fingers while waiting to hear the pen closed signal.
The Goose Quill has been the chief writing implement since the fall of the Roman Empire. The Goose Quill has written the civilization of the modern world from Magna Carta to the American Declaration of Independence. The Codex Gigas, the biggest book of the entire Middle Ages which took the monk who wrote it over 30 years to complete without making even the slightest mistake, was known as "The Devil's Bible" for that very reason. Esoteric sources associate the Quill with hope, balance, and good fortune.
The Goose Quill, chosen by Pineider as its very own mark of distinction, is freely interpreted for each pen on which it is bestowed, playing the crucial role of supporting the pen and allowing it to show itself to best advantage. Thus the Pineider Quill will become classic, young, technological, futuristic and invariably compliant with the principles of "Human Design".
We do our best to photograph the pens to show how they will appear in person, but due to the nature of the material there will be some variation in the pattern seen here. This adds an element of uniqueness to the pen, with no two patterns being exactly the same.