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Model T fountain pen is a pen with a dynamic and slender line, sober but at the same time elegant, inspired by the principles of the historic Ford model released in 1908, with the idea of allowing the widespread diffusion of the automobile.


Ford's innovation was to build simple, inexpensive cars intended for consumption by the average American family. The car, until then considered a handcrafted object, with a prohibitive cost, destined for a very limited audience. With the Model T, the motor vehicle became an object within the reach of the middle class, giving rise to the "automotive civilization" of the 20th century.


Simple and solid in its construction principles, Model T is made of Italian-made Nero di Marte resin. The metal details are also essential, adding a touch of sober refinement to their functionality.


  • Details handmade by turning Italian black resin and mirror polished piece by piece;
  • Clip made with the goldsmith's technique, by microcasting, and adorned with mother-of-pearl cabochons;
  • Palladium treatment to protect metal parts;
  • Stipula leaf in 925/1000 silver set in the cap;
  • Three-way ink loading, direct with dropper, cartridge, converter;
  • The tank that can be loaded directly from the bottle with the appropriate dropper has a very large ink capacity, equal to over 5 ink cartridges;
  • Nib and feeder developed and tested for writing individually, for each specimen; palladium-plated nib;
  • For those who choose the variant with 14k gold nib: the gold nib is of the Stiflex type, laminated and treated for the highest elastic response and flexibility of the tip; produced entirely in Florence by Stipula masters, with the help of Italian equipment from the beginning of the last century; the gold nib is dipped in palladium to make the color uniform with the rest of the metal details; 
  • Pen kept in gift box;
  • Dropper for direct filling of the tank included in the case;
  • Two-year warranty for any manufacturing defect.


€ 159,83Price
Excluding VAT
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