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La Grande Bellezza ballpoint pen - Black Stone - Pineider

ballpoint pen in resin and marble powder in gem-inspired colours. The attributes are palladium marine steel. The articulated clip is inspired by the goose feather. The ring represents the main Florentine historical monuments. Its cap is equipped with the patented "twist magnetic clock" closure system with a rotating aperture mechanism.

Length: 13.6 cm

Diameter: 1.3 cm

Weight: 32g

refillable: yes

€220.00 (tax incl.) €183.33 (tax excl.)
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ballpoint pen in resin and marble powder in gem-inspired colours. The attributes are palladium marine steel. The articulated clip is inspired by the goose feather. The ring represents the main Florentine historical monuments. Its cap is equipped with the patented "twist magnetic clock" closure system with a rotating aperture mechanism.

Length: 13.6 cm

Diameter: 1.3 cm

Weight: 32g

refillable: yes

P1603405
8056182321015
From
Italy
refillable
YES
Diameter
1.3cm
Pineider

Since 1774, Pineider has distinguished itself by the excellence of its handcrafted products: paper, writing instruments and leather goods.

Craftsmanship, tradition and design are the historical values that make Pineider an exclusive brand worldwide.

THE BEGINNING OF WHAT WOULD BECOME A SUCCESS - 1774

The strength of a personal affirmation stands behind these four numbers. One Seven Seven Four. The year 1774 marks the beginning of what would become a success, but was then just a small manufacturing enterprise. It was a year of ambition for Francesco Pineider, the entrepreneur who carried all the vigor of his native Val Gardena – in his last name as much as in his soul – and merged it with Florence’s cultural grace. In the Tuscan city, Pineider opened his first workshop in Piazza della Signoria: a clear challenge to the beauty of Michelangelo’s David, which he observed from the window everyday.

Because Pineider was a sculptor too: he shaped characters’ elegance, chiseled reliefs by hand, incessantly refined his printing techniques by reproducing buildings and monuments in the most beautiful cities in Europe.