Metropolitan Museum Egyptian Ceiling Ball Pen. Across the Nile from today’s city of Luxor, in the cemeteries of western Thebes, the old tombs of Egypt hold an unexpected treasure: color full painted ceilings. Made during 1360 to 1349 B.C.
Metropolitan Museum Egyptian Ceiling Ball Pen
From. 1907 to 1937, members of the Met Museum Egyptian Expedition also made copies of many of these. So people can see about 365 of them in the Egyptian galleries. This pattern with its color palette reflects the design of this pen. The ball pen twists to open and close and takes a standard ball point refill.