Homo Sapiens “Lava Color Terra di Sienna”
€330.58 – €619.83
Visconti “Homo Sapiens Lava Color Terra di Sienna”
Homo Sapiens Lava Color
The Homo Sapiens Lava Color is the first collection to showcase the Visconti 14kt gold nib fountain pen made in-house. This vibrant and colorful writing instrument is a re-interpretation of our iconic Homo Sapiens collection. The Lava Color is the perfect addition to the Homo Sapiens family, an absolute must-have for color and nature lovers. Homo Sapiens Lava Color owes much of its uniqueness to a long and meticulous creation process. The processing of lava material is indeed very challenging and requires great precision.
The pen is made of a mixture of colored resin and Mount Etna basaltic lava, the Visconti’s well-known and highly valued material, made following our secret formula. This new edition fountain pen also has an anti-stain treatment that protects the pen and prevents ink from depositing on the pen during the refilling phase.
Mixing basaltic lava with colored resin is a very complex process that makes this pen unique and sets the collection apart from other Homo Sapiens editions. Basaltic lava is very hygroscopic and it easily absorbs moisture. To prevent ink stains, the pen has been coated with a special anti-stain treatment.
Unlike the classic Homo Sapiens Lava collection, the Lava Color fountain pen and rollerball features a magnetic lock closing system which makes opening and closing it effortless.
SPIRIT OF VOLCANO
Colors have always been a distinctive feature of Visconti’s collections. Homo Sapiens Lava Color comes in three nature-inspired colors: the Ash White, the red earth pigment Terra di Siena and Tuff – a type of rock made of volcanic ash ejected from a vent during a volcanic eruption.
This vibrant and colorful writing instrument is a modern take on the iconic Homo Sapiens collection.
Fountain Pen, Rollerball, Ballpoint, Mechnical Pencil
EF, F, M, B, Not Applicable
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