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New Visconti: Giardino Dell' Eden


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Visconti just produced the GIARDINO DELL'EDEN, a new Limited Edition (only 100 pieces each color worldwide), based on the Rembrandt model, but fully decorated with the Scrimshaw technique.

 

Two colors:

 

Cloudy Black:

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Petrol Blue:

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The decoration represents the Tree of Life of the Eden Garden, with branches, leaves, apples to be picked, and a small snake to be found, well hidden among curls and leaves.

 

Converter/cartridge filled, steel nib in EF, F, M, B, ST.

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Omg. I just bought one, this is gorgeous, stunning, beautiful... I can't wait to get it!!

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Also the black one is very nice... because it seems plain black, but it's "cloudy". Here and there, there are little shades of light, like small clouds.

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Aaaaaaand, just ordered the black one too!!!

Wowee! That's a good days work! I would be interested to see a review when you receive your pens.

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They are both very nice. Pity I can't afford them, but someone certainly will enjoy them.

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Beautiful! Did you find the hidden snake?

Current modern daily users: Montegrappa Miya, Omas AM87, S.T.Dupont D-Line, Stipula Etruria Tuscany Dreams, Tibaldi Modello 60.

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I'm returning on this old topic because I recently received several requests about the hidden snake...

Here it is!

 

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This is a recently requested personalization: a MyPenSystem white pearl gem, placed instead of the V disc, at the cap top.

 

It's very elegant, isn't it?

 

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