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MICHEL PERCHIN SERPENT BLUE FOUNTAIN PEN

MICHEL PERCHIN SERPENT BLUE FOUNTAIN PEN
MICHEL PERCHIN SERPENT BLUE FOUNTAIN PEN MEDIUM NIB


 
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Michel Perchin Blue Serpent Limited Edition Fountain Pen
Launched in 1997 - final edition size of 250 pieces.

The Michel Perchin Blue Serpent pen takes its inspiration from the Blue Serpent Clock Egg. In accordance with the Romanov tradition, this piece was presented to Empress Maria Fedorovna in 1887 by her husband, Tsar Alexander III.

Consuelo Venderbilt, the Duchess of Marlborough saw the Imperial Blue Serpent Clock Egg on a visit to Russia and was stricken by its beauty. Shortly thereafter, Faberge was commissioned to recreate the design, which was completed in 1902, this time in Pink, bearing her initials. The Pink Serpent pen takes its inspiration from this historical Faberge Egg, the only one made for an American.

Crafted in Europe from .925 sterling silver, each individual piece is meticulously guilloched (engraved) to exact specification. Translucent enamel is then applied to the guilloche, which adds depth and beauty to the perfectly finished surface. The serpent, clip, ring and leaves are layered in 22-karat yellow gold or rhodium.

Fitted with Michel Perchin 18-karat gold nib and ebonite feeder, the Serpent pens are limited to production of 500 pieces in Blue and 500 pieces in Pink, available in fountain pen or rollerball styles. The collection is now sold out!

The Blue Serpent Pen was the very first limited edition. Michel Perchin planned to make 500 Blue Serpent Pens, with an initial release in 1997. Much less than halfway through the edition size the production was halted. Eight years after the initial release, production restarted and the initial production numbers were completed up to a final capped edition run of 250 pens.

Michel Perchin writing instruments give the word quality a new meaning. Their unique designs reach back into time to capture elegance unknown in today’s world of mass production. No expense is spared in materials and workmanship. The result is a powerful statement of value to be handed down from one generation to the next. The uncompromising quality of Michel Perchin writing instruments is recognized by their presence in the Pen Museum, in Paris, France.

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