Aurora 88 Viaggio Segreto in Italia Fountain Pen Matera Limited Edition
Aurora 88 Viaggio Segreto in Italia Matera is a limited edition fountain pen that will bring you in Matera discovering the secret and the traditions of this Italian city. 18 KT gold trim and piston filler.
|Nib Material||18 KT Gold|
|Filling Mechanism||Piston Filler|
|Length (closed)||136 mm|
|Length (body)||130 mm|
|Length (cap)||62 mm|
|Diameter (grip)||14 mm|
|Weight (overall)||20 g|
Aurora 88 Viaggio Segreto in Italia is a new collection of limited edition fountain pen that will bring you on a journey along Italian Peninsula to introduce you to amazing and unusual places.
Aurora will take you to the most hidden places of our magnificent Italy, discovering the secret and the traditions of 8 Italian cities through exclusive limited editions. The "Viaggio Segreto in Italia" collection was born from the scrupulous search for cities and their musicality, to give you the most unique writing experience.
The main sense of this collection is hearing. Each city is accompanied by its distintic music that will make you experience the atmosphere of the place, through a QR code inserted inside the precious box.
Each limited edition is also enriched by a precious watercolored bookmark, which like a postcard remains in memory of the fabulous journey. We will reveal a secret journey of our wonderful country.
The first step on the “Viaggio Segreto in Italia” is Matera. Known throughout the world for the famous Stones called Sassi, not everyone knows, hat there’s a large underground water tank in the city called “Palombaro Lungo”.
This is the real secret of this city, the large underground cistern that supplied the city with water and which was entirely carved by hand in the soft sedimentary rock, rich in fossil shells.
In the Aurora 88 Viaggio Segreto in Italia Matera the music and the colors of the stone blend with the ultramarine color of the water, which are evoked in the turquoise color of the ink.
18 KT gold nib with piston filler. Limited edition to 888 pieces worldwide.
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