Cherrywood-Cased Metal Inkless Pen
Article Number 84480
Drawing and writing with metal.
The metal inkless pen dates back to as early as the days of Ancient Rome and then the entire Middle Ages when the use of a silver pen as a drawing instrument was very popular. In the 15th century the pen reached its prime in the hands of Leonardo da Vinci, Albrecht Dürer and Hans Holbein. As you write, very tiny amounts of this metal are deposited on the page and, even after years of use, it does not wear off and does not require sharpening. Whether a drawn line or a written word – neither can be rubbed off. This pen will force you to study what you want to draw in great detail and to think and phrase well before you write. The metal inkless pen writes on all kinds of paper even if the paper is damp.
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