Rare Pen Collection
Kane Bounty Collection
When I first saw Kane Bounty on PenWorld, he came across to me as a Canadian celebrity with deep set shinning eyes and profound features. Least to expect, behind such a handsome face lies a creative mind who did one of the most stunning filigree onto a black urushi emperor pen.
It was the Spider filigree which he used white gold overlayed onto the jumbo 50 emperor pens which attracted my full attention.
Due to the high precision and meticulous work required from him, any order of pens from Kane took months to deliver. It was tormenting for the many collectors who likes the pens as well as the person who is going to make it.
On a chance occasion, Kane spoke to Elephant & Coral about his Rare Pen Collection. He had an extraordinary collection 43 different designs made with filigree overlaid onto Pelikan, Parker, Namiki, Montblanc and other brands’ pen. Somehow, it was like manicuring the garden of your neighbor using your own gardening tools. Nevertheless, it creates one of the most stunning collection of filigree pens we had ever seen. Price was agreed that he wanted to sell this Rare Pen Collection to Elephant & Coral.
Kane first arrived in Elephant & Coral during the early afternoon with his priced collection. After a long journey which took him more than 24 hours from North America, he was nevertheless happy and glad that he arrived safely in Elephant & Coral. He had cling onto his dear collection throughout the journey, afraid that it may be lost, as he had never seen so much money paid for his collection at one go.
Forty-three pens were housed in a black leather box about 4 tier high. Everyone’s heart in Elephant & Coral pulsates real fast when this stunning collection was unveiled and presented before our eyes. The box and pens itself was a good 8 kg.
Kane was happy that he had relinguished his responsility and it was time for him to enjoy the sunny spells in tropical Singapore walking along Orchard Road towards his hotel, The Hilton.
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