Visconti Opera Black Roller Ball pen presents its design of “Squaring the Circle.” The most simple pen of this collection also has platinum trims. Its black acrylic body comes engraved with sleek lines to make it the right choice in volume and proportion.
Visconti pen’s history starts in Florence, Italy. A place of art and culture. Because of the city stands. Luxury and fashion are typical there.
Luigi Poli and Dante del Vecchio met in Florence. They decided to turn a common passion into a business. They founded Visconti pens on October 20, 1988. The first pen collection launched by the company was named “Classic”; the pens used celluloid, an excellent material also used in many pen collections. They had such a success that the next year, in 1989, the company developed “Urushi,” their first limited edition of 100 pieces.
Furthermore, In the 1990s, the brand gained high recognition. Similarly, as the new millennium moved in, Visconti launched their iconic clip. The clip mimics the ancient Ponte Vecchio, the symbol of Florence. Between 2004 and 2005, Visconti launched the successful Opera and the Wall Street collections. It was not until 2010 that Visconti created the Homo Sapiens. The Brand has a reputation of a luxury pen company.
Visconti Opera Black Roller Ball
Opera is one of the top collections of pens from Visconti. The pen combines in two different shapes, square and circle, to create a form that’s both comfortable and balanced. Visconti is a pen company on the edge of pen technology, whether material, functions, construction or new ink filling systems. With the Visconti Homo Sapiens collection Mr.Del Vecchio, Visconti’s owner, and founder has created a space-age of pen’s, and this edition is no exception. Also, All Opera pens come in a premium Visconti box. The Roller Ball includes a refill. Buy this beautiful pen, in any of its forms, Fountain, roller or Ball pen. We are sure that you will not regret the decision in the years to come.