Inspired by a centuries-old symbol of authority, divine power, and good fortune, the Scepter collection of fountain pens offers a glimpse of a majestic staff as depicted in the history of civilizations, ancient legends, and modern fantasy stories.
Scepters have been featured through history as universal symbols of invincible power. Carried by the pharaohs of Ancient Egypt, the top of the Was Scepter was often shaped as the head of the divine Benu bird. Wielded by the warrior Agamemnon in Homer’s Iliad, Scepters were more recently seen as the staff of Gandalf the White in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and Loki’s weapon in the Marvel movies.
Taking the concept of Scepters even further by following the tradition of distinguishing monarchs with the same given name by their ordinals, the company has used Roman numerals to name each of the color variations in the Scepter line as Scepter I, Scepter II, Scepter III, etc.
Featuring helical facets and an ergonomic design for long periods of comfortable writing.
This Benu fountain pen has a stainless steel nib and uses the cartridge/converter filling mechanism.
The Benu Pen company is a small Russian company. Originally from Moscow, the company is now located in Armenia. Benu makes handmade writing instruments in streamlined shapes in vibrant color combinations. The name Benu comes from the ancient Egyptian deity linked with the sun, creation and rebirth. Benu is a symbol of constant changes, recurrence and renovations.