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Visconti launches a brand new and amazing Limited Edition: Meet the new Visconti Charreria.


The figure known as "El charro" became famous in Mexico due to their work as land-owner and horse-rider in the old Mexico. Honouring this traditional figure, which was really significant in the evolution of power and wealth, Visconti has created yet again a precious masterpiece.


The body in ivory coloured resin is inspired by artist Emilio Garcia's masterpiece "Charreria". The Charro figure has been carefully put into each fountain pen by the famous italian artist Claudio Mazzi with airbrush pens and rollers.


Cap, rings and trims are made of sterling silver customised with Charreria motifs.


The nib, available in F, M and B, is 23K palladium dreamtouch and the fountain pen features Visconti's Vacuum Power Filler filling system.


The edition brings a Limited Edition packaging in wood with a cloth embroidered with floral motifs.


Only 149 pieces of this amazing masterpiece are available all over the world.


For further information do not hesitate to contact us via info@iguanasell.com


Enjoy a sneak peak at the new Visconti Charreria below!




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