Aurora Dante Paradiso fountain pen
Item no: 920-CPW-1
Dante Alighieri (1265 - 1321) was an Italian poet, writer and short-lived politician. His principal work is known as La divina commedia. It is a long poem in three parts about a journey from Hell (Inferno), through Purgatory (Purgatorio) to Paradise (Paradiso) and is considered a pinnacle of world literature.
The Aurora Dante Paradiso fountain pen is the conclusion of a triptych, which began with the Dante Inferno, followed by the Dante Purgatorio and now ends in the 700th year after the death of the Poet with the Dante Paradiso Pen. The pen is named after the third movement of the three hymns of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy and will be produced in a limited edition of 1265 pieces, Dante's birth year.
The pen is in white lacquer. Many features such as the clip cap bearing the poet's image (and profile with a laurel wreath on the head), the antique decorations, laurel leaves on the clip and cap rim and the ring on the holder, are identical to the previous editions. All fittings are rose gold plated. The pen has the traditional fixed piston mechanism, the nib is 18 carat gold, rose gold plated, available in fine, medium and broad.
The pens are delivered in a luxurious packaging with a matching ink bottle, specially made for these series. In addition to information, the supplied instruction booklet contains the official number of the relevant pen.
Other writing thicknesses available on request.