Visconti Rembrandt Blue Fog Fountain Pen
Visconti Rembrandt Blue Fog Fountain Pen is made from natural variegated resin. The Rembrandt collection emulates Rembrandt’s painting technique known as chiaroscuro, with small marblings of light in the resin. The cap uses a simple magnetic closure and features a metal ring engraved with ornamental motifs used by Rembrandt. The Visconti clip represents the historic Ponte Vecchio Bridge.
This blue and grey swirled resin fountain pen features a stainless steel nib, and it also accepts standard international short cartridges.
For twenty years the name ‘Visconti’ has been synonymous of extraordinary elegant writing instruments coming from very intense historical and technological research. Throughout its entire range of fountain pens, roller balls and ball-pens Visconti offers a wide assortment of high quality items all showing strong characters and features. The director of this Florentine company founded in 1988 is Dante Del Vecchio, deus ex machina of strong creative dynamism, the same feature that we can find in all Visconti creations. His personal passion for historical fountain pens is at the basis of his endless research for new expressions in writing instruments art. Here the incessant love for culture and the passion for innovation, together with the rediscovering of handicraft and the development of ever newer and more sophisticated writing systems melt with the unforgettable colourful shapes, design and naturalness of Visconti items making them inimitable. Every pen tells a story of art, archaeology, philosopy, mathematics, literate, ancient and contemporary history and not only. Visconti always pays tribute to the signs of human culture. According to this concept pens cease to be simple writing instruments in order to become canvases on which new artistic expressions are painted and new deep emotions are communicated. For all these reasons that distinguish Visconti on the worldwide market, the company has also acted as official sponsor of significant events. Among these we recall the historic and politically important 2002 NATO-Russia Summit that officially marked the end of the Cold War, the signing of The European Constitution in 2005 and the prestigious G8 held in July 2009 at L’Aquila.