Inkwell & penholder 50ml - Marco Polo - Bortoletti
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Inkwell & penholder 50ml - Marco Polo - Bortoletti

Inkwell Marco Polo, an Authentic Venetian artwork.

Nice glass inkwell with bronze chiseled, which also serves as a useful pen supporter. The triangular design of the front part, confers elegance and character to the product.

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Inkwell Marco Polo, an Authentic Venetian artwork.

Nice glass inkwell with bronze chiseled, which also serves as a useful pen supporter. The triangular design of the front part, confers elegance and character to the product.

Specifications:

  • Materials: Glass / White Bronze
  • Dimensions: 7 x 6 x 5,5 cm
  • Capacity: 50ml
  • Packaging: Individually packed in its inkwell box.
  • Dimensions: 8x8x8cm
  • Weight: 225g

Equipped with a certificate made in Italy

The reproduction of this Inkwell Marco Polo to write with a quill pen and wooden pens are born from the collaboration between artisans and master jewelers, creating products of great style and value. The important reproduction of antique inkwells in glass and bronze engraved with stylographic ink with bronze friezes and caps. This confer elegance and character to the product, an important accessory for your desk and ideal product for practicing the art of writing with a nib and inkwell. The name derives from the Greek calamos (καλαμος).

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1 Item
Capacity
50 ml
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Bortoletti

Venetian Artistic Foundry

Bortoletti Artistic Foundry was established in 1980 by four brothers, driven by a passion for bronze casting and sculpture which they inherited from their father.

The story begins in Venice, and it’s a tale of love, passion for tradition and the need to preserve the beauty of this culture, handed down from father to son.

Many years of experience led to great strides forward in the quality of our creations, which had an effect on our entire production process. At the same time, the foundry began collaborating with two great artists: Elio Martella and Agostino Venturini. 

The artistic creativity flowing from the pencils of these two masters gave birth to new product designs, and they have been the lifeblood of the whole creative process. Our products are very aesthetically pleasing because they bring to mind the past using the language of the present.