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    Delta Spaccanapoli One of Naples' most iconic streets gives its name to this collection of colourful and lively pens


    Spaccanapoli is one of the oldest and most picturesque streets in Naples; an ancient quarter, rich in history and culture, and a source of inspiration for artists and creative people.
    Delta wanted to pay homage to its city with this exclusive collection - Spaccanapoli - to express the lively spirit, the colours, the very essence of Naples.

    Each pen bears the name of a historic building in Naples, recalling its colours and style with variegated or marbled resin.

    Filling system: cartridgea/converter.
    Nib: steel nib, available as EF, F, M, B, Stub 1.1, and also Flex F and Flex EF.
    Finishing: palladiumo.

    Palazzo Ruffo NapoliSpaccanapoli - Palazzo Ruffo

    A palace of historical and architectural value in Piazza Dante, in the historic centre of Naples; built in the early 17th century and then purchased and renovated in 1660 by the Duke of Bagnara Grancesco Ruffo, captain of the Naval Armada.
    The ground floor is rich with ashlar cornices, while the main floor is surmounted by a cornice that may have concluded the original building.

    The Delta Spaccanapoli Palazzo Ruffo is identified by the colour PINK: mixtures of grey, pink and burgundy, showing ever-changing patterns.
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo RuffoSpaccanapoli Palazzo Ruffo


    Palazzo SerraSpaccanapoli - Palazzo Serra

    It was built on the Pizzofalcone hill in the early 18th century by the Neapolitan architect Ferdinando Sanfelice, famous mainly for his monumental staircases, on commission of the noble Serra family. Inside, in addition to the grand staircase and the richly frescoed antechamber, there are several frescoed rooms and a 280 m2 hall of mirrors.
    Since 1983 it has been home to the Italian Institute for Philosophical Studies.

    Delta Spaccanapoli Palazzo Serra is identified by the colour BROWN; marbled resin in shades of brown, with hints of black and orange.
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo SerraSpaccanapoli Palazzo Serra


    Palazzo Filomarino NapoliSpaccanapoli - Palazzo Filomarino

    Monumental palace in Naples on Via Benedetto Croce. Originally owned by the Sanseverino family since the 15th century, it was then purchased by the Filomarino della Rocca family - who in 1731 added the famous portal that still exists today - and later divided among various owners.
    Many famous people lived in this building, from Giambattista Vico to Benedetto Croce, famous Italian philosopher, historian and politician.

    Delta Spaccanapoli Palazzo Filomarino pen is identified by its BLUE colour; marbled resin in various shades of blue, from light blue to blue/black.
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo Filomarino
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo Filomarino


    Palazzo Doria NapoliSpaccanapoli - Palazzo Doria

    Built to a design by Vanvitelli for the Doria family in the late 18th century.
    In 1860, from the palace balcony, Giuseppe Garibaldi announced the unification of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies with the Kingdom of Italy.
    Unfortunately, during the Second World War, six statues that adorned the facade were destroyed, as was the large sculpture of the noble coat of arms above the main floor large window.

    Delta Spaccanapoli Palazzo Doria is identified by its ORANGE colour; marbled orange resin - light and dark - with fragments of white and beige.
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo Doria
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo Doria

    Palazzo D'Angio NapoliSpaccanapoli - Palazzo D'Angiò

    A noble palace in the San Lorenzo district, the oldest in Naples; built in Gothic style as the residence of Filippo D'Angiò, Prince of Taranto and Constantinople.
    All that remains of the original building are the medieval portico structure and the central Gothic doorway, with a 14th-century fresco depicting the Virgin Mary.
    Today, a local market is held under the arcades and there are several craftsmen's workshops.

    Delta Spaccanapoli Palazzo D'Angiò is identified by the colour BLACK; glossy black resin.
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo D Angio
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo D Angio

    Palazzo Arcivescocile NapoliSpaccanapoli - Palazzo Arcivescovile

    Built at the beginning of the 14th century by Cardinal Minutolo, between the Cathedral and Largo Donnaregina, it was later renovated and enlarged by other cardinals in the 17th century, mainly with Baroque decorations inside; while the facades were not altered except for the opening of three portals.
    There are numerous frescoes and paintings from the 14th century inside, where there are also early Christian ruins and a marble calendar from the 9th century.

    Delta Spaccanapoli Palazzo Arcivescovile is identified by the RED color; red veined resin - like the robes of bishops and cardinals - enlivened by light streaks.
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo Arcivescovile
    Spaccanapoli Palazzo Arcivescovile

    The collection Delta Spaccanapoli includes also the capped rollerball.
    Spaccanapoli roller

    Length of the pen closed: mm. 135,5
    Length of the pen capped: mm. 162,5
    Diameter: mm. 13,5-15,9

    (Photos by Napoli di A.Mancini, E.Rippa, G.Guida, Deca16894, Wikipedia)


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    Description Color Version List Price €
    Spaccanapoli - fountain pen € 114.00
    Spaccanapoli - roller roller€ 105.00
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