128 fountain pensThe Delta Montepetra pen is part of the "Tesori Italiani" (Italian Treasures) series, a tribute to the many extraordinary places scattered throughout Italy.
Montepetra is a village suspended in time, in the Romagna Apennines, famous for the Sassoni: an open-air archaeological site, sedimentary rocks composed of sand, detritus and fossil shells, of the same colour and with veins similar to the resin used for Montepetra pens.
The Delta Montepetra fountain pen is made in only 128 pieces worldwide.
Beige-hazelnut veined resin on barrel and cap, with solid black grip and ends.
The central ring of the cap, in rhodium-plated sterling silver, is a classic of the Delta collections; it reproduces in relief a decoration from the Greco-Roman era, used for the contours of frescoes in ancient Pompeii.
The ends of the cap and barrel are in black resin, shaped like a cusp.
Filling system: built piston, with transparent ink window.
Nib: 14Kt white gold, available as EF, F, M, B, Stub 1.1 and Stub 1.5 - plus the flexible Flex EF and Flex F.