873 fountain pens 1KS
1873 fountain pens 1K
48 fp Celebration
He was considered one of the most famous tenors in history. Caruso's popular recordings and his extraordinary voice, known for its range, power, and beauty, made him one of the best-known stars of his time.
He was born in Naples in 1873, where he died at only 48.
Limited Edition honouring Enrico Caruso, hand turned from solid bars of marble brown celluloid, with gold plated (vermeil) or rhodium plated details.
The 1K silver version is produced in 1873 pieces and is cartridge/converter filled.
There is also a Celebration version, limited to only 48 spectacular pieces, same as the number of years of Caruso's life. This version offers details in white and rosé 18 kt gold, and lateral lever filling system.
All pens feature in the top of the cap a medal featuring Caruso's bust. In the central ring is engraved the name of the collection.
A special thread is featured, which allows the lateral lever to be perfectly aligned with clip, when cap is screwed in place, if starting aligned.
The clip is made of a special elastic metal alloy, to facilitate the position into the pocket.
It is engraved with a three-dimensional décor of an old Neapolitan classic musical note.