The Holy Shroud
The Shroud is a linen sheet whose weave is a herringbone pattern made in the ancient Egypt manner before Christ. It measures 442 cm long by 113 cm high. On the tissue there is a faint impression of an image, the frontal and dorsal one of a man who suffered the death of crucifixion.
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The fountain pen
During the occasion of the Holy Shroud exposition in Turin, Italy, in the spring 2010, Stipula enriches its Academia line with a new exceptional, precious and very evocative product.
The analysis of impressions on the ocular areas refer to forms that can be usually found on the sides of roman coins. The two faces of the coin are manufactured in bronze on the two sides of the cap.
The silver clip reproduces teh body of jesus, wrapped in the Shroud.
"Sindón" is a greek name that indicated a piece of sheet that can be both raw and already ready-made for a specific purpose. Its italian meaning is considerably restricted: the use applied to the "funeral cloth" kept in the Turin Cathedral is practically almost exclusive.
Cartridge/converter filling. 18 Kt gold nib, F, M, B, and Stub 0.9 and 1.1.