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Pelikan Stresemann M 805 Souveran Fountain Pen425,00€
PELIKAN SOUVERÄN STRESEMANN M805
The barrel with the deceptively simple anthracite stripes is made of cellulose acetate, using a traditional process that‘s extremely work-intensive. For the black, finely turned pieces, high-quality resin was used. The clip and the rings are plated with palladium. The gold nib is completely rhodinized to obtain a silver sheen. Every single writing instrument is mounted by hand and carefully checked to fulfill the strictest quality criteria. This elegant series is available in the sizes 405 and 805 as fountain pen, ballpoint pen or rollerball and in the size 605 as fountain pen and ballpoint pen.
Fountain Pen Pelikan Maiko in Kyoto Maki-e5.800,00€
Maiko in Kyoto
In 794, the Japanese Emperor Kammu declared the transfer of the capital of Japan to a new city which he called Kyoto. It was the place of an impressive dynasty, where the common people also lead powerful lives. By the end of the 12th century, Kyoto had become the center of commerce and industry of Japan. After approximately seven hundred years of prosperity, Kyoto was reborn as a modern city, when the Meiji Emperor moved the capital to Tokyo. Present-day Kyoto is the sixth largest Japanese city, with a population of 1.5million. With its long history, Kyoto has many temples and shrines, along with other historical architecture, and flourishes as the most popular Japanese tourist attraction.
A Maiko is a young apprentice who trains in arts and customer service manners. In the old days, girls started out as Maikos between the ages of 9 to 12, though the lower age limit has now been raised to after graduation from junior high school. Young and in the apprentice status, a Maiko wears a furisode, a long-sleeved kimono for unmarried women, adjusted at the shoulders and hemmed up. Due to the flashy outfit of lacquered clogs with rounded soles and dangling sash, a Maiko is now said to be the epitome of beauty for young Japanese women.
The Pelikan Maki-e fountain pen “Maiko in Kyoto” depicts a graceful Maiko, standing on a stone pavement in falling cherry blossom petals with the historical five-storied pagoda of Kyoto in the background. It takes up the theme of Maiko, one of the symbols of the ancient capital of Kyoto.
Pelikan Souverän Maki-e DRAGONFLY fountain pen4.300,00€
Dragonflies are famous for their exceptional flying properties. As they only fly forward and never go backwards, they are considered as a lucky symbol in Japanese mythology representing endurance and perseverance. During the age of wars in Japan, Samurai used the design of dragonflies as an ornament for their ordnance.
There are five dragonflies vividly drawn on the beautiful background of the fountain pen barrel. This background depicts ‘Tsugigami”, a traditional Japanese paper made by connecting various pieces of paper. The image of the dragonfly is created by using many different Maki-e techniques such as Raden, Byakutan-nuri, Kawarinuri and Togidashi-Taka-Maki-e.
Pelikan Japanese Umbrella Maki-E Fountain Pen4.400,00€
Today the Japanese umbrella is rarely used. You will still see it at special events such as Kabuki and Japanese traditional dance shows, or as rental umbrellas at traditional Japanese inns in sightseeing spots in Japan. There are four Japanese umbrellas drawn in Taka-Maki-e, using techniques such as raden and kirigane. Rain is expressed using many narrow pieces of mother of pearl.
The “Japanese Umbrella” is a masterpiece that combines the craftsmanship of Pelikan Germany based on 180 years of tradition and technology coupled with superior Japanese traditional Maki-e painting techniques. Each pen has the Pelikan logo on the crown, a limited edition number and the artist’s signature drawn in by hand using Maki-e techniques. The “Japanese Umbrella” is limited to an edition of 123 pieces worldwide. Each fountain pen is equipped with an 18 carat, two-tone gold nib and is encased in a traditional Japanese pen box made of paulownia wood.
Pelikan M101N Grey-Blue Special edition395,00€ – 410,00€
The technical base of this fountain pen is the model M101N. The chosen color pattern in grey and blue reminds of a historical model of the 1930s. The barrel is made of the typical Pelikan cellulose acetate in a very unique pattern. Cap, front part and turning knob are made of high-quality resin that polishes itself time and again during use.
Pelikan Souveran 600 Violet-White Fountain pen365,00€
All rings and the typical Pelikan clip are plated with 24 carat gold. The fountain pen with piston mechanism has a 14 carat bi-colour gold nib with rhodium trim and is available in 4 nib widths EF, F, M and B.
The matching ballpoint pen has a twist-mechanism.
Every single writing instrument is mounted by hand and carefully checked to fulfill the strictest quality criteria. The Souverän® 600 Violet-White is encased in a specially designed gift box.
Available from May 2019, only in limited stocks.
Pelikan Special edition 2018 M600 VIBRANT ORANGE Fountain Pen
Souverän® 600 Vibrant Orange
This colorful new series reflects the beautiful color transition of fall. The brilliant acrylic material used for this series had to undergo several production steps to more accurately capture and recreate the brilliant color gamut of the foliage. Interesting color nuances, from transparent light to deep orange, characterize this series and make the writing instruments almost brilliant.
Pelikan Limited Edition – Spirit of 1838 Fountain Pen3.185,00€
Each piece is unique. Each piece is also a favorite. Each piece bears a limited edition number, also engraved. While this may sound quite technical, it also means that there is an extraordinary and natural appeal to these pens: the allure of exclusivity. Limited editions create desire: the desire to own one of the 180 pieces created for everyone. Although one hundred and eighty may seem like a small number, the pleasure will last a lifetime.
PELIKAN Maki-e Spring & Autumn FOUNTAIN PEN NEW L.E.3.200,00€
The “Spring & Autumn” is a masterpiece that combines Pelikan Germany craftsmanship based on more than 175 years of tradition and technology together with traditional Japanese Maki-e painting techniques. The Pelikan logo on the crown, the Limited edition number and artist signature have been hand drawn on each fountain pen using maki-e techniques.
Each fountain pen is equipped with 18 karat, a two-tone gold nib, and a traditional Japanese case made of paulownia wood. This series is limited to an edition of only 111 pieces worldwide.
NIB SIZE M
Pelikan Special Edition Souverän Tortoiseshell-White M400 Fountain Pen275,00€
The tortoise-white Souverän pen was produced in 2004, along the lines of the pen model 400 of the 1950’s with a tortoise-brown/transparent ink container. Its striped, transparent sleeve shines delicately in gold. The cap and the remaining parts of the body are held in white and give this model its characteristically bright and friendly splendor
Piston filler including a 24 carat gold plating and an elaborately striped body made of celluloid acetate. The nib is made of 14 carat/585 gold. It is refined with a rhodium decor and its writing qualities were tested by hand. The fountain pen is equipped with a differential piston filling mechanism.
PELIKAN Souverän M 600 FOUNTAIN PEN325,00€
The main difference between this pen and its predecessors is that the sleeve is not striped. The barrel is made of entirely black high-grade resin. The view window of the ink container that is set off in a shade of transparent green as well as its gold plating give this fountain pen an individual character and the nostalgic aura of an original classic pen.
PELIKAN Souverän® Stresemann M405 fountain pen295,00€
The foreign minister of the Weimar Republic, Gustav Stresemann (1879- 1929), was honored with the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1926: Together with his French colleague Aristide Briand, he was acknowleged for his reconciliatory work between the nations after World War I. Besides his impressive political career, Stresemann also became famous for the creation of a new kind of suit that was still sufficiently formal for official presentations and yet comfortable enough for his work at the office. Stresemann liked to wear suits with thin stripes, and, as life sometimes goes, a legend developed … and suddenly, people called the striped fountain pens from Pelikan — that were just then starting their global tour of success around the world — by the name of „Stresemann“.
Both the suits and the pens still carry that name to this day. To officially acknowledge and honor this legend, Pelikan has now named the latest addition to the standard collection, the Souverän with elegant stripes in anthracite, the „Stresemann“.
The barrel with the deceptively simple anthracite stripes is made of cellulose acetate, using a traditional process that‘s extremely work-intensive. For the black, finely turned pieces, high-quality resin was used. The clip and the rings are plated with palladium. The gold nib is completely rhodinized to obtain a silver sheen. Every single writing instrument is mounted by hand and carefully checked to fulfill the strictest quality criteria. This elegant series is available in the sizes 405 and 805 as fountain pen, ballpoint pen or rollerball.