The newest collection of Pineider’s Limited edition pens features The Pineider Arco Fountain Pen. They are made in Italy by the well-known designer Dante Delvecchio previous owner and designer of the Visconti Pen line.
In 1774, Francesco Pineider opened shop in the heart of Florence, in the Piazza Della Signoria. Pineider a 245 years old company, well known for his leather goods, stationery, and desk sets. Now they also have a new Pineider pen collection.
The Arco pens, with a modern shape, are hand-turned from bars of ultra-resin with a beautiful oak tonality and pattern
The pen comes with a clip in the form of a quill. The metal cap band comes etched with the designer patterns. This fountain pen made having in mind your writing pleasure. Every Pineider pen comes in a gift box with some stationery cards.
Indulge yourself and also gratify that friend or loved one with a Pineider Arco Fountain pen and you can be sure that he or she will remember you for many years to come!
Pineider Arco Fountain Pen
The pen’s brown resin brings back the classic look from the 20th century. The pen also has the new Pineider’s flexible nib, a quill-shaped clip, and a “soft touch magnetic lock” cap system.
This fountain pen fills with a piston pump, and the pen comes complemented with a soft, flexible 14kt gold nib. This nib because of its flexibility easily creates the line width variation so desirable in calligraphy. Pineider limits the manufacturing of these pens to only 888 pieces worldwide. The packaging looks like a decorative gift box containing a Pineider Pen Filler to.
Following the world trend for flexible nibs, Pineider named this nib “hyperflex,” because of its flexibility and good recovery memory. The idea was to create a nib for daily writing but with a calligraphic capability. We think that they succeeded. The writing pleasure that this pen generates is high. Additionally, anyone can use this pen, even beginners. The pen and the nib should behave as the extension of the hand and has to respond to slight changes of pressure varying the width of your lines. This Pineider pen accomplishes this.
The pen’s photograph shows them how they are, but the pattern of the material vary from pen to pen. This makes these pens personal because each pen’ is different.