Puà (from the French "Pois") is a large-size pen with a clean, classic line, hand-made in solid wood with crafted techniques and manual inlays.
is a decoration created by combining
small pieces of wood or other materials
of different colours.
Widely practiced in the 14th century,
it reached its maximum flourishing
between 1440 and 1550.
Up to the end of the 15th century,
it was an art form practiced mainly in Italy.
It later spread beyond the Alps.
Ebony is a dark, compact hardwood. The most sought-after quality, due to its black colour and very fine grain, comes from the Indian subcontinent.
Length of the pen, capped: approx mm. 140;
Being completely hand made, sizes may vary a little, as well as the wood's veins, that, variously marked in shape and colour, are harmonious signs of aging and offer a pleasure that is palpable as well as visual and olfactory.
Clip, rings and all the trims are made in golden brass alloy and are also produced in-house by D-Parmy. The assembly of the components is exclusively manual.
The fountain pen features a 18 Kt gold nib, personalized with D-Parmy logo, available only as M.
A thin clear finish protects the pen so that it remains unaltered over time.