David Oscarson Russian Imperial Romanov Limited Edition #003/304 Light Blue Fountain Pen
The newest arrival from David Oscarson is the Russian Imperial collection, a limited edition writing instrument. Dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Romanov family's abdication from the throne, the writing instruments are limited to just 304 pieces worldwide. After 304 years reign, it was an epic turn in history and marked as the end of an unparalleled era of creative luxury in Russia. Faberge's creative use of guilloche and hot enamel has made the collection another tribute to the old-world craft. The design resembles the Coronation Egg from 1897 and the Henrik Wigstrom collection introduced in the spring of 2000. This unique line features guilloche and hot enamel work, which is prominent throughout the entire body of the pen. Solid sterling silver or gold vermeil crisscrosses over the barrel and cap. The cap's back side features the Double Eagle, the imperial symbol of Romanov hegemony. The clip has the look of a Corinthian column with delicate rosettes; the cap ring has "David Oscarson" written in Cyrillic. The fountain pen nibs are two-tone with 14k gold. The pen body carries two days: 1613 and 1917 - the rise and fall of the Romanov Empire. The fountain pen features an internal cartridge converter/eyedropper system. The collection of undeniable beauty with artistic master is now available in limited number for all pen enthusiasts. Devote yourself today to bring this elegance home.
We are authorized retailers for David Oscarson, so this piece comes directly from the man himself, and comes with warranty.
Fully working and ready to write.
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Comes fitted with an original David Oscarson 14k gold Medium (M) nib.