Prima Pretiosa is the brightest jewel in the Napkin Timeless Pen Series and every Pretiosa is carved by jewelers in the 40-year-old Zimar Labs to make Sergio Mori's Prima not only unique but a Divided into glittering eternal shine like diamonds. Each pen body is decorated by the top Italian craftsmen hand-made, for them, each pen is a work of art, can not be compromised. It is a beautiful design product that can be used for writing and sketching. It never needs ink and will not stain your bag. You can carry him with you and occasionally experience the romance of the Renaissance. Although the pen's ability to write is well understood and valued, as any collector, they will know how to appreciate its pedigree, history, and tell the story with it.
In the Middle Ages until the discovery of graphite in a British town in 1560, artists painted the canvas with a silver nib pen. The technique at the time required the painter to grind the ashes, eggshells or shells beforehand into the glue made with rabbit skin and sprinkle them onto the canvas before waiting for it to dry. Napkin's Ethergraf technology slightly improves this technique so that you don't have to deal with your canvas anymore, just use plain paper, and when the silver tip touches the paper, it will leave a graphite-like mark through oxidation.
Founded in 2008, Napkin is already in many different fields, from hotels and restaurants to Lifestyle products and has established a vast network of sales around the world. Since innovation is Napkin's most important spirit, they invest a considerable proportion of the camp to receive research and development, and also cooperate with many Italian design schools, design companies or independent designers. Among all their core businesses, the modern design, craftsmanship and innovative products that represent Italy are inspired by the Rengraving painting techniques inspired by designer Sergio Mori's Ethergraf pen-and-ink range. This writing is also researched and developed by Napkin.
Origin / manufacturing methods
Handmade in Italy