Limited Edition thingy products have something in them that filthy rich cannot resist themselves getting glued to it. If you are not satiated with the Limited edition coupe than I am sure this limited edition pen of year 2007 by Graf von Faber-Castell would make a difference.
The featured-pack pen carries a weight of certification with it and thus demands $3,650. The ingredients used in the production of this pen include fossilized or petrified wood that structures the base of the pen. What so great about it? Take a breath and give some rest to your mind as it takes 360 million years to form a petrified wood. Its metamorphosis from a wood to a precious gem happens when its gets buried under water, mud and volcanic ash for years and mingles with other reserves, metals and most importantly silicic acid.
Renowned expert gem cutters from Herbert Stephan gemstone manufactury have applied his artistic instincts and given final form to the pen. A platinum casing sheaths each of the eight stone sections enlightening a delicate conception. Also, the magnum opus holds the logo of the Herbert Stephan gemstone manufactury demonstrating the authenticity of the fossil material. The 18-carat bi-color gold nib of the pen is available in medium, fine and broad widths and its production is limited to one year only. The purchase of the pen is complemented with a limited edition certificate that bears the personal signature of Andreas Crummenauer.
Well, if by chance it fails to stand up to your blingy aspirations, then free feel to eye Namikis 18-carat gold nib pen, Caran d’Ache “1010” fountain pen and if are in a mood to put hammer on your wallet then world’s most expensive pen could be your next-destination.
Price: $3,650 each