Graf von Faber-Castell Gilt Oak Wood Pen of The Year 2012

The combination of gold leaf and ancient wetland oak makes the Pen of the Year 2012 an extraordinarily luxuious fountain pen. The 18 carat bicolour gold nib. The end cap protects the twist knob from the filling mechanism. All metal fittings are 24-carat gold-plated. The masterpiece is crowned by a chessboard faceted citrine gemstone set in the cap.
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The combination of gold leaf and ancient wetland oak makes the Pen of the Year 2012 an extraordinarily luxuious fountain pen. The 18 carat bicolour gold nib. The end cap protects the twist knob from the filling mechanism. All metal fittings are 24-carat gold-plated. The masterpiece is crowned by a chessboard faceted citrine gemstone set in the cap. Scarcely any other wood expresses such an enigmatic beauty as ancient wetland oak wood. It takes a long time for an oak tree to turn into such a sought-after and precious wood. The deep structure of ancient wetland oak, whose beauty has been naturally wrought over thousands of years, together with gold, that lends a supernatural sheen to the most beautiful works of art created by mankind. The gold leaves are carefully applied by hand using a fine squirrel-hair brush.Such an extraordinary craft demands particular artistry and skill. Each individually numbered writing implement comes in an exclusive deep black wooden case. A certificate, signed personally by Ernst D. Feldmann, attests to the 24-carat leaf-gilding on the 1700 year old German oak wood, as well as to the limited edition to 1500 fountain pens. Look out for matching gold plated Graf von Faber Castell matching cuff link for the proud owner of this pen. GRAFVONFABERCASTELL_LimitedEdition_Gilt_Oak_Wood_POY_2012_2 GRAFVONFABERCASTELL_LimitedEdition_Gilt_Oak_Wood_POY_2012_3

About Graf von Faber Castell

The legacy unveals from the idea of enclosing a thin graphite lead in a wooden casing was several hundred years old; it was not new when the ancestors of Faber Castell founded a pencil factory in 1761.  It was only when the great great grandfather of Baron Lothar von Faber, who took over the family firm in 1839, was the first to turn the pencil into a genuity quality product of functionality and the world's First Brand Name writing implement. Standards for the length, diameter and hardness of pencils; standards which apply till today.  He was credited for creating a series of fascinating products which continued to set an example of Simplicity and Design. The GrandFather of Count Anton von Faber Castell; Count Alexander zu Castell-Rudenhausen carried on this tradition.  The Faber Castell company which takes its name from Count Anton's grandfather's marriage to Lothar von Faber's granddaughter Ottilie, is not only the oldest manufacturer of wood cased pencils, but also the world's best known name in graphite and colour pencils. Graf von Faber Castell 's  elegant design continued to reign till today more than 250 years later.  With wonderful collections like the Pen of The Year POY and classic quality collections like the pernambuco wood, ebony and its iconic Perfect Pencil still the favourite of many generations to come. Timeless design remains the heart of the company since then and will continue to be so to bring the life Simplicity Is A Luxury Itself; an embodiment of luxury of simplicity, harmonious combination of selected quality materials, aesthetic looks and a high standard of functionalism. Visit Elephant & Coral Singapore to see more of Graf Von Faber Castell's collection

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