Metropolitan Museum Armor Roller Pen: Also can be the weapon of choice for your next joust. The design on the barrel is based on Sir George Clifford’s armor which now resides at the museum. The black pen’s cap, complements nicely with the gold-plated trims. A medium point, two-tone steel nib provides smooth writing. Refill the pen, with standard ink cartridges or the included converter from your favorite ink. Roller balls and ball points use standard refills available from many in various point sizes and a wealth of colors. Indulge yourself with one of these pens and you are going to like the way you write!
Elizabeth was on the throne, Shakespeare was on the stage – and George Clifford, the Third Earl of Cumberland (1558-1605), was also a knight in armor. This gold-plated pen interprets his armor, forged in the Royal Workshops at Greenwich and well-preserved after five centuries. It featured Elizabeth Tudor’s insignia, the Tudor rose, and fleur-de-lis, which was then part of the English coat of arms. Clifford also became the Queen’s Champion in 1590; the design of this pen, with a brass barrel and snap cap mimics his splendid armor in the Metropolitan Museum’s collection.
Metropolitan Museum Armor Roller Pen
The Met Pen Collection incorporates an interpretation of the Museum’s most famous works of art in the form of a fine pen.. Founded in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is one of the leading museums of the world. Its collection of more than 2 million art works inspire the design of the pen collections. These pens fit the taste of discriminating customers who appreciate the art of penmanship. In addition, each pen is dedicated to the various art works and it’s a great added value for the pen, because the wonderful art designs that they show and represent..