Renzetti 1909 - Craftmasters in Milano - has named its new writing instrument collections with its city's peculiar attractivenesses.
Corso Como is a street close to downtown, that has considerably changed in the beginning of twenty-first century. It currently is a pedestrian zone and one of the main areas of Milan's nightlife: famous discos, lounge bars and restaurants, showrooms, exhibitions and galleries.
Rhodium is a noble metal,
much rarer and more precious than silver.
It's also much harder, it doesn't oxidize,
it doesn't change over time, and it's more brightly white.
It's specially used by jewellers
for the white gold alloy.
The Renzetti's Corso Como ballpens are long and slender, rhodium plated, engraved with Guillochè geometrical engravings that make them bright and precious.
Very similar, but with shorter grip, is the via Turati ballpen:
Also the Via Turati pen is rhodium plated, and decorated with Guillochè engravings.