The DuPont Elysee Roller Pen reveals S.T. DuPont’s new lacquer. Twelve layers of lacquer cover the pen, which is then hand-polished, for beautiful depth and shine. The closing cap clicking sound of the pen conveys a definite sign of recognition. The clip keeps shirts and jackets pockets preserved. Each piece is unique because of an identification number engraved on the side of the clip — the S.T. Dupont middle ring shows the S. T. DUPONT logo deeply embedded. This rollerball can convert into a felt-tip and a ballpoint pen also.
DuPont Elysee Roller Pen
The profile of the pen gives the Elysee a noteworthy status. Select from a twist-action convertible roller ball or a ball pen or a cartridge/converter fountain pen, with 14k gold large rhodium plated nib. The pen comes with a D signature on the cap and also a diamond head pattern on the clip.
We are proud to be an authorized retailer of S.T. Dupont exceptional writing instruments. Much more than a mere writing instrument, the pen resembles a gem that carries within it all the memories of an entire life. Developed by the very best master goldsmiths and master lacquerers, S. T. Dupont pens also meet the demands of connoisseurs with consummate skill.
With the beauty of their lines, the precious nature of their materials, the accuracy instilled because of their weight, and the suppleness of their handling—more than ever, these exceptional pens give pleasure to their users. All, Fashioned from metal to provide superior strength, the S. T. Dupont pen takes shape in the hands of their master craftsmen throughout 150 separate processes. The metalwork, also the application of the lacquer, and the combination of exceptional materials are the result of valuable know-how handed down from generation to generation.
Furthermore, the Dupont Elysee Roller Ball is subject to meticulous attention. Each solid gold nib is handcrafted and also polished by a Master Craftsman giving a superior quality to the writing.
Symbols of elegance and culture, these pens also have been part of the French tradition cultivated by S. T. Dupont since 1872. As a result, they celebrate the art of living that is also the art of writing…the story of your life.