1898 stilografiche rodiate
1898 penne a sfera
898 stilografiche dorate
100 Celebration vermeil
Kanaka Maoli means "True People" in native Hawaiian people's language.
Di ceppo polinesiano, migrarono da Tahiti alle Hawai più di 1000 anni fa; popolo di guerrieri e pescatori, in armonia spirituale dove tutto è legato alla natura e in funzione del rispetto per la madre Terra, il padre Oceano, ed il resto dell’umanità.
Cap and body are turned by hand from solid bars of a new and special luxury resin created to include the most widespread colors of this splendid archipelago, with an outstanding richness of shades and transparencies.
The 1K fountain pen and the ballpen (easily convertible in capless roller, just exchanging refill) feature the metal trims in a special bronze alloy, Rhodium plated.
The 1KS fountain pen features the metal trims in a special bronze alloy, 24 Kt gold plated.
At the cap top, an engraved medal is offered, portraying the famous icon of these marvelous islands, the turtle.
The bottom of the pen body - and the ballpen's grip - are made in metal and reproduce the Hawaiian Tribal drums.
The nib, in 18 Kt solid gold, is specially designed, customized and flexible.
A Celebration version, in vermeil (sterling silver, gold plated 24 Kt) rose gold plated, has been made in only 100 pieces; it's different from the 1KS not only for the preciousness of trims, but also for a natural acquamarine gem at the cap top.