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Phoenix Lacquer Art

Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration.

All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure.

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The Phoenix Lacquer Art Great Masters series honours the greatest masters of the world. In this series Phoenix honors great masters like Caravaggio, Michelangelo and Raphael. On the cap a (self)portrait of the artist can be found. While on the barrel a masterpiece from the artist is beautifully painted by the artists of Phoenix.Michelangelo was born in 1475 in Caprese and was known for his sculpture, painting, architecture and poetry. He is considered by many to be the greatest artist of his lifetime, and by some the greatest of all time. A number of Michelangelo’s works rank among the most famous in existence and he is the best-documented artist of the 16th century.On the Michelangelo edition you can find a self portrait of the master himself at the cap. The portrait is beautifully done with a nice dark/light perspective. The eyes of the master are made in a way that they are always looking at you, from every side you look at the pen. It is beautifully done . The portrait is based on a portrait that was made by Jacopino del Conte, a friend of Michelangelo , and can currently be found in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York . Jacopino del Conte was an Italian painter born in Florence and the portrait of Michelangelo was made around 1540.On the barrel of the pen you can find a painting of the most well known work Michelangelo made, the sculpture of David. The marble statue is a masterpiece of the renaissance and was made by Michelangelo when he was only 26 years old . He finished it 3 years later in 1504. The statue is honoring the biblical hero David, a favored subject in the art of Florence, and is 5.17 meter high . The details on the actual statue of David that is since 1873 at the Galleria dell Accademia, an art museum in Florence, are incredible .The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option.Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration.All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €8,181.82
Availabilty: In stock
The Phoenix Lacquer Art Great Masters series honours the greatest masters of the world. In this series Phoenix honors great masters like Caravaggio, Michelangelo and Raphael. On the cap a (self)portrait of the artist can be found. While on the barrel a masterpiece from the artist is beautifully painted by the artists of Phoenix.Michelangelo was born in 1475 in Caprese and was known for his sculpture, painting, architecture and poetry. He is considered by many to be the greatest artist of his lifetime, and by some the greatest of all time. A number of Michelangelo’s works rank among the most famous in existence and he is the best-documented artist of the 16th century. On the Michelangelo edition you can find a self portrait of the master himself at the cap. The portrait is beautifully done with a nice dark/light perspective. The eyes of the master are made in a way that they are always looking at you, from every side you look at the pen. It is beautifully done . The portrait is based on a portrait that was made by Jacopino del Conte, a friend of Michelangelo , and can currently be found in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York . Jacopino del Conte was an Italian painter born in Florence and the portrait of Michelangelo was made around 1540. On the barrel of the pen you can find a painting of the most well known work Michelangelo made, the sculpture of David. The marble statue is a masterpiece of the renaissance and was made by Michelangelo when he was only 26 years old . He finished it 3 years later in 1504. The statue is honoring the biblical hero David, a favored subject in the art of Florence, and is 5.17 meter high . The details on the actual statue of David that is since 1873 at the Galleria dell Accademia, an art museum in Florence, are incredible .The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option.Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration.All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €8,181.82
Availabilty: In stock
The Phoenix Lacquer Art Great Masters series honours the greatest masters of the world. In this series Phoenix honors great masters like Caravaggio, Michelangelo and Raphael. On the cap a (self)portrait of the artist can be found. While on the barrel a masterpiece from the artist is beautifully painted by the artists of Phoenix.Raffaelo Sanzio da Urbino was born in 1483 and was an Italian painter and architect of the high renaissance . His work is admired for its clarity of form, ease of composition, and visual achievement of the Neoplatonic ideal of human grandeur. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci he forms the traditional trinity of great masters of that period. Despite his death at 37, he left the world a lot of work. Many of his works can be found in the Vatican Palace . His resting place is the Pantheon in Rome. The cap of the pen is, as the other Great Masters editions, beautifully painted with a portrait of Raphael. This portrait is based on a self-portrait made by the master himself. The self-portrait was made between 1504 and 1506 and is currently at the Uffizi gallery in Florence. The barrel of the pen is decorated with a replica of the Sistina Madonna, also called the Madonna di San Sisto, which is an oil painting made around 1512 . The painting was commissioned by Pope Julius II for the church of San Sisto in Piacenza . It is currently at the Old Masters Gallery in Dresden, Germany. This painting was one of the last Madonnas painted by Raphael. In the painting the Madonna stands on clouds while holding the Christ Child and flanked by Saint Sixtus and Saint Barbara. Beneath her, two distinctive winged cherubim rest on their elbows. Those two winged angels are famous in their own right. Heavily marketed they have been featured in stamps, postcards, T-shirts, socks and wrapping paper.The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option.Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration.All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €8,181.82
Availabilty: In stock
The Phoenix Lacquer Art Ornaments series honours the most beautiful creatures. The Golden Birds edition has three birds on it made with gold leaf. There are two on the cap and there is one, larger bird, on the barrel. The birds are surrounded by flowers. Birds are a symbol for freedom. The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option. Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration. All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €6,198.35
Availabilty: In stock
The Phoenix Lacquer Art Ornaments series honours the most beautiful creatures. The Golden Dragon & Phoenix edition has a red base, which is symbol for energy, strength, power and determination. It is a very strong and intense color. It enhances human metabolism and raises blood pressure. The beautiful creatures on this writing instruments are a dragon and a phoenix made with gold leaf. The dragon can be found on the cap and is a symbol for power, wisdom, strength and hidden knowledge. On the barrel we find a Phoenix, which is quite a coincidence, since the name of the brand is also Phoenix. This spiritual totem is the ultimate symbol of strength and renewal. The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option. Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration. All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €6,198.35
Availabilty: In stock
The Phoenix Lacquer Art Ornaments series honours the most beautiful creatures. The Golden Dragons edition has a blue base decorated with multiple dragons in gold leaf. The Dragon is a symbol for power, wisdom, strength and hidden knowledge, but is also part of the Chinese Zodiac. If you are born in 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000 or 2012 you are born in the year of the Dragon. While 2024 will be the next year of the Dragon. The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option. Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration. All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €6,198.35
Availabilty: In stock
The Phoenix Lacquer Art Ornaments series honours the most beautiful creatures. The cap of the Golden Moose & Flowers edition is beautifully decorated with a flower pattern in gold leaf on a black lacquered basis. Also on the barrel of the writing instruments we can find multiple flowers, and in the middle of all the flowers, we find a Moose. The moose is a spirit animal that signifies strength, pride and life. People who carry the Moose symbolism are being called to work with the oppositions in their lives. The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option. Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration. All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €6,198.35
Availabilty: In stock
The Phoenix Lacquer Art Ornaments series honours the most beautiful creatures. The Golden Turtle edition has a blue and green background and the turtle is made with gold leaf. The turtle can be found on the cap and is surrounded by seaweed. The turtle is one of the oldest animals that can gets even older than humans. They are a symbol of peace and they live in complete harmony with the earth, water and other elements. The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option. Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration. All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €6,198.35
Availabilty: In stock
The Phoenix Lacquer Art Russian Empire series honours the great Emporors of Russia. In 1613, 16 year old boyar, Michail Romanov was chosen among other Russian noblemen to become the first Romanov emperor after a period of policital instability. During the reign of the Romanovs the Russian Empire would become a formidable global power of ashtonising wealth. This set of 2 fountain pens is dedicated to the last Emperor and his spous Nikolas II Alexandrovich Romanov and Alexandra Feodorovna. Nikolas II was the last Emperor of All Russia, ruling from 1 November 1894 until his forced abdication on 15 March 1917. During his reign the Russian Empire fell from one of the foremost great powers of the world to economic and military collapse. He was reviled by Soviet historians as a weak and incompetent leader whose decisions led to military defeats and the deaths of millions of his subjects. Nicholas signed the Anglo-Russian Entente of 1907, which was designed to counter Germany's attempts to gain influence in the Middle East; it ended the Great Game of confrontation between Russia and the British Empire. He supported Serbia and approved the mobilization of the Russian Army on 30 July 1914. In response, Germany declared war on Russia on 1 August 1914 and its ally France on 3 August 1914, starting the Great War, later known as the First World War. The aristocracy was alarmed at the powerful influence of the despised peasant priest Grigori Rasputin over the czar. The severe military losses led to a collapse of morale at the front and at home, leading to the fall of the House of Romanov in the February Revolution of 1917. Nicholas abdicated on behalf of himself and his son. With his family, he was imprisoned by the Bolsheviks at that time, exiled to Siberia, and executed the following year in July 1918. On the cap a (self)portrait of the artist can be found. While on the barrel a masterpiece from the artist is beautifully painted by the artists of Phoenix. The bodies of the Phoenix Lacquer Art pens are made from resin by Visconti in Florence. After that the clean black bodies are sent to Russia where the artists of Phoenix Lacquer Art have the complete freedom to decorate it with (egg)tempera, gold leaf and lacquer. The fountain pens also use the Power Filler mechanism which is an invention of Dante del Vechhio, former CEO and founder of Visconti. The fountain pens have a 18kt gold duotone Medium nib with ebonite feed. The nibs are made by Peter Bock in Heidelberg, Germany.  If you are not into writing with a fountain pen, a spare rollerball forepart can be purchased as an extra option. Phoenix makes beautiful art works on writing instruments in the style of the Russian lacquer and miniature art, which is a tradition that dates back for centuries. The striking images that are created by the artisans are done because of their passion for this art style. There is something miraculous about the birth of a precious object of art. It all starts with a thought, an idea and the artist gives the most perfect expression to this inspiration. All the art works on the Phoenix pens are handmade, crafted with expert skill in limited editions of sometimes only one, by only the greatest Russian artists. It takes over six to eight weeks to paint a single pen and is very insensitive for the artist. A Phoenix writing instrument is more than just a writing instrument, it is a piece of art, a lifetime gift, delivering exceptional writing pleasure...
EUR €19,421.49
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