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In 1774, the Italian Francesco Pineider, opened his first shop in the heart of Florence. He chose the magnificent Piazza della Signoria, opposite Michelangelo’s, striking work, David. 

Ever since, Pineider has been one of the world’s most respected makers of hand-dyed and watermarked stationery, leather goods, desk sets, and select home furnishings. Quite an impressive portfolio.

We think the most exciting news is that Dante del Vecchio, the designer behind almost every smash hit from Visconti, has joined Pineider to deliver pens which match the incomparable quality behind this storied Florentine brand. We can’t wait to see what Mr. del Vecchio does with the rich history and quality commitment of Pineider. It’s so rich a history from which to draw upon.

  • Pineider Honeycomb

    This Honeycomb is a Limited Edition Opportunity

    Demonstrator fountain pens are transparent pens which were first made around the nineteen-twenties. The idea was to ‘demonstrate’ the filling mechanism of new and upcoming models. Recently, these kinds of pens became a must-have for any pen lover. They’re simply fascinating to possess and admire.

    Today’s modern technology has made it easier to produce a clear pen, but a demonstrator in a precise honeycomb pattern was never attempted. Until Pineider envisioned it. Pineider has heavily invested in the Honeycomb Demonstrator, blending new technologies together with the help of a talented master creative expert, Dante del Vecchio. Nature’s honeycomb structure is so perfect and precise it can be defined as a miracle of nature. The design has become widely imitated using high tech materials like Kevlar and aluminum. This pen is an homage to nature’s structurally perfect design but also its inherent beauty. The black demonstrator enhances the pattern’s beauty.

    The fountain pen uses a converter for your favorite bottle inks. The standard international ink cartridge also fits. The 14k gold nib is available from extra fine to broad. It’s flexible and rewarding to write with. The rollerball offers to the ball pen user a demonstrator opportunity. For those of you who enjoy a smooth fluid ball pen, the rollerball Honeycomb is your pen. Refill choices are broad and colorful.

  • Pineider Avatar UR

    Luxury. Indestructible.

    The 2019 Avatar Collection, demonstrates two new pen ‘manufacturing firsts”. A new material, the revolutionary UltraResin and a new precision assembly process called ‘GlueLess’. 

    For 100 years, a common problem among pen users has been the instruments breakage or damage. So many timeless pens have been made from celluloid. Unfortunately it has very bad resistance to heat and can easily crystallize with age, eventually showing the age of and ultimately ruining the pen. In the 1920s, pen makers were used to throwing pens from airplanes to demonstrate the resistance of celluloid. 

    This new material will set you free from the emotional damage of a pen drop or eventual cracks from wear. Each Avatar UR is crafted with a mother of pearl compound resin in a special formula, called UltraResin. No two pens are even close to similar. Developed in Florence, specifically for Pineider, UltraResin is extremely rigid, nearly like metal, incredibly resistant to hits, resistant to oils, inks, and to temperature extremes. 

    To produce the new Avatar, Pineider engineered a new assembly technology named GlueLess. Thanks to 3D engineering and high precision manufacturing, each individual pen is assembled without using a single drop of glue. A technological puzzle! 

  • Pineider Hollywood Journal

    Ever Own the Very Finest?

    One of the world’s most respected stationers you’ve never heard of, Pineider. Based in Florence, Italy, it’s serviced customers through the decades like, Anthony Hopkins, Mel Gibson and Madonna. The request from Elizabeth Taylor for letter paper to match the magnificent color of her eyes was not unusual. Founded in 1774, Pineider has been the go-to stationer for artists, royals, industrialists and governments the world over. The paper in the Hollywood Journal is certified by Pineider for use with fountain pens. For very little you can possess and experience the very finest.

    Each hard-covered journal has 190 lined pages. The color is classic ivory. The paper measures 8 3/8” x 5 ½”. It weighs 14 ounces.

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