700 penne argento
(tra stilo e roller)
14 stilo oro
Jacques de Molay was the last Grand Master of the Order of the Knights Templar, burned at the stake in 1314 in a small island in the Seine, Paris, where a plaque was posed to remark the site.
The pen is inspired by the Templars' legendary white surcoat emblazoned with a red cross.
Made in ivory color resin, covered by a sterling silver filigree and details in aged iron and steel.
Hauberk, helm and crest are reproduced with the finesse of the goldsmith's art, inspired by old iron arms - being Templars a military order - thus with appropriately aged steel and iron look.
23 Kt palladium Dreamtouch nib.
The pen's box, that is very simple outside, yet hides its beauty inside. Besides the pen, also a ring with the historical seal showing two knights on a single horse, symbolising their poverty and their dual nature as monks and soldiers; and a Templar sword, carefully engraved.