The Metropolitan Museum of Arts Accessory Meissen Floral Ballpoint Pen.Germany’s Meissen factory was the first in Europe to produce hard-paste porcelain. Meissen and other European manufacturers of the eighteenth century often looked to the more experienced Japanese, borrowing their Kakiemon porcelain designs. The flowers on this pen are in the Kakiemon style and are found on one of the Metropolitan’s grand Meissen vases, which stands nearly two feet high. These flowers, by contrast, will sit comfortably in your hand.
The ball pen twists to open and close and takes a standard ball point refill.
|Cap can post||No|
|Special Features||Balanced and comfortable to hold|
|Refills & Inks||Standard Ballpoint Refill|
|Complimentary||Packaged in a Gift Box|
|Series||Met Museum of Art Accessory Writing Instruments|
|Brand||Met Museum of Arts|
|Warranty||Guaranteed for quality|
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