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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Functional art 

Over the years, Colorado Pen has developed a significant offering of quality pens from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Not only are these collections stunning, they are quality writing instruments which deliver a great value. A show piece with function. We encourage you to look at the various offerings and read the story behind these historic designs. 

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Accessory

    A truly inspiration gift

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art Accessory Collection incorporates intricately detailed interpretations of some of the Museum's most famous works of art. All in the shape and functionality of a fine writing instrument. Detailed descriptions of the artisans and works they inspired are seen by clicking the individual pens. The twist ballpoint is refilled with a variety of ink types and colors. Each pen is packaged in a simple, yet elegant and decorative presentation box with a brief text about the original work or art.

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Elizabethan Armor Collection

    For your next joust

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art Elizabethan Armor can be the weapon of choice for your next joust. The intricate design on the barrel is based upon Sir George Clifford's tournament armor which now resides at The Met. Caps on fountain pens and rollerballs are solid black with accents in gold plating. A medium point, two-tone steel nib provides smooth ink delivery. Refill with standard ink cartridges or the included converter and your favorite bottled ink. Rollerballs and twist ballpoints use standard-sized refills available from assorted manufacturers in various point sizes and a wealth of colors. Be prepared for your next match with one of these inspirational writers from The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Medieval Colonnette Collection

    An everlasting flourish

    The new Medieval Colonnette pen collection from The Metropolitan Museum of Art features a design from a miniature column made in Cologne, Germany around 1175-1200. Adorned with intricate champlevé enamel, copper alloy and gilt, these original columns were found in reliquary shrines that decorated the interiors of Cologne churches. All models are accented with gently brushed gold plating and a solid blue top. Fountain pens feature a gold plated, bi-color steel nib in medium point and refill with standard ink cartridges or the included converter and your bottled ink. Rollerballs and twist ballpoints utilize standard-sized refills available from assorted manufacturers in various point sizes and a wealth of colors.

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Tiffany Mosaic Column Collection

    Tiffany design in hand

    Among the masterpieces of Louis C. Tiffany (1848-1933) were two majestic columns inlaid with mosaic whose tesserae, or small squares, harked back to Byzantine and Roman art. This slender column of a pen captures the same shimmering brilliance of the originals, shot through with blue and gold tesserae that Louis C. Tiffany patterned. One of the original columns is part of the Museum's collection. This design – rich, graceful, understated – can be part of your collection. Select a capped rollerball model or a twist-top ballpoint.

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Ballpoints

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art ballpoint pens are a one-piece twist to deploy design. The Met ballpoint pen will accept an extremely broad selection of ballpoint refill technologies: standard ballpoint ink, GEL ballpoint ink, Liquid ballpoint ink as well as the Easy Flow technology from Schmidt. Some refills come in as many as ten colors.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Fountain Pens

    Ancient hieroglyphs to iconic Tiffany designs are honored with The Metropolitan Museum of Art fountain pens. Met fountain pens are sold in a medium, steel nib. All Metropolitan Museum of Art fountain pens will accept international sized ink cartridges or can be used with a converter and bottled ink.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Rollerballs

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art rollerball pens feature a separate cap and body design. Your Met rollerball pen will accept Monteverde rollerball refills as well as spring-loaded fineliners, standard fineliners and a broad selection of Schmidt refills. Some refills come in as many as eight colors.

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