Platinum"#3776 CENTURY/Chartres Blue [Rhodium coating]" (nib : Fine)
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هزینه حمل و گمرک:
تحویل 4 تا 7 هفته کاری
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The most beautiful blue
If you look night sky at heaven, you may see profound cobalt blue. On the ground, probably the nearest color is Chartres Blue. Chartres Cathedral - magnificent architecture, but especially is noted for stained glass. Stained glass is art made of light. Light expose all within warm. But not only warm. Red, Yellow and Blue... transparent light through the beautiful stained glass produce divine silent. Especially, blue is so uncomparable that it is named Chartres Blue. #3776 CENTURY Chartres Blue pursue this supreme Blue ! However, there is another brilliance.
The calm shine of Rhodium
The nib, clip and head is coated by rhodium. It is very hard. And brilliant like Platinum is very beautiful. It is very suitable for perfect blue.
What is #3776 ?
#3776 CENTURY is born for writing Japanese beautiful but this feature - smart design, exquisite writing balance and smooth ink flow - is comfortable to write letters all of the world. 3776is height of Mt.Fuji. The heart of #3776 is to pursue the highest quality of Japanese fountain pen.
Slip and Seal mechanism
This pen adopt screw type cap. This can protect pumping phenomenon (When you open the cap, the ink is scattered), but it hasnt been enough to seal. This mechanism is able to seal cap perfectly. If you dont use 1year, you can write smoothly.
Large 14K nib, this is representative nib of Platinum. The moderate hardness can endure hard work. And moderate softness tell characteristic repulsion. Good balance. Large nib is good looks also.
Converter is sold separately. (suitable is converter-500)
|Material Type||Body : ASresin, Nib : 14K (coated by Rhodium), Cap : ASresin|
|Item model number||PNB-15000CR#51-2|
|Item Weight||0.739 ounces|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PNB-15000CR#51-2|
|Number of Items||6|
|Product Dimensions||0.61 x 5.49 x 0.61 inches|
|Date First Available||May 30, 2015|