150 fountain pens
Tibaldi has been producing superlative writing instruments for nearly a century, and its early years occurred concurrently with the Art Nouveau period.
The movement's love for forms found in nature, for curves and elegance, influenced both the visual arts and the decorative accessories such as pens, of course.
The model of the clip
from the pen
and may match
every colour of celluloid
The original collection did not have decorative clips, though, nor metal trim rings.
In this new collection, each clip is a piece of jewellery in its own right, accenting the delicate body of the pen.
The clips are made in sterling silver, as well as the rings positioned in the midsection and end-piece.
also the Art Nouveau pen
was developed according to the strictures
of the divine proportion (phi).
This mathematical formula defines
every Tibaldi writing instrument,
providing both visual
and ergonomic balance
to enhance the writing experience.
The Tibaldi's striking nib is solid 18K gold, partially rhodium plated.
Celluloid is a warm, fashinating material, which demands a long gestation period with several curing processes.
Filling system is converter/cartridge.