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MICHEL PERCHIN SOUTH BEACH SHAGREEN LIMITED EDITION FOUNTAIN PEN BROAD NIB

MICHEL PERCHIN SOUTH BEACH SHAGREEN FOUNTAIN PEN
MICHEL PERCHIN SOUTH BEACH SHAGREEN LIMITED EDITION FOUNTAIN PEN BROAD NIB


 
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Michel Perchin South Beach Limited Edition Collection

Art Deco at its finest. The Michel Perchin South Beach is a precisely crafted example of the dynamic age that was "Art Deco". The striking simplicity of the solid sterling silver, rhodium plated cap is the perfect compliment to the geometric relief and guilloche of this writing instrument. The South Beach is crafted in 8 different colors, with a limited number of 10 pieces of each color. The Smashing Diamond Deco is also available in the 8 colors, with only 3 of each color being produced. Cool and sophisticated, the South Beach is created with our highest standards in Europe, with VVS diamonds, 18KT gold nibs, ebonite feeders, and of course it is available in rollerball.

Colors:
Shagreen & Rhodium
Mauve & Rodium
White & Gold
Amber & Gold Pale Yellow & Rhodium
Blue & Gold
Blue & Rhodium
Moss Grey & Rhodium

Open Pen: 5.3 in, 13.3 cm
Barrel Diameter: 0.55 in, 1.4 cm
Closed Pen: 6 in, 15.2 cm
Cap Length: 2.7 in, 6.9 cm
Cap Diameter: Widest - 0.8 in, 2 cm; Narrowest - 0.6 in, 1.5 cm


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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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