Graf von Faber-Castell Classic Anello Grenadilla Fountain pen
From the first glance the precious writing implements from the new Anello Classic Collection seduce one into taking them into one’s hand. Fountain pens, rollerballs, propelling ballpoints and propelling pencils have ebony barrels into which filigree rings have been incorporated. They dominate the purist look of the writing implements and lend the collection its name – "Anello" (Italian for "ring").
What forms a refined contrast visually proves to be a perfect tactile combination: the transitions between the grenadilla wooden segments and the delicate precious metal rings are barely perceptible. Lying optimally in the hand, the writing instruments have pleasantly even surfaces which give the impression the barrels are made out of one single piece.
The fountain pen is equipped with a practical cartridge/converter system and a bicoloured 18-carat gold nib with iridium tip.
In 1761, Kaspar Faber started to produce pencils in Stein, near Nuremberg. When the fourth generation,Baron Lothar von Faber, took over the company in 1839 he turned the pencil into a true quality product and the world's first branded writing instrument. Over the centuries, he and his descendants created remarkable products. The result is the Graf von Faber-Castell Collection, a range of extraordinary writing instruments and accessories. They embody "Luxury in Simplicity" by combining selected materials, functionality and superb aesthetics.
|Brand||Graf von Faber-Castell|
|Writing system||Fountain pen|
|Nib grade||Extra Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad|
|Nib content||18kt Gold|
|Closing System||Screw cap|