Platinum #3776 Century
- Series#3776 Century
- BodyBarrel, casing, grip, crown, decoration: AS resin Grip ring, gold ring, upper ring, rear ring: Gold plating on brass Clip: Gold plating on beryllium copper
- Nib14K gold wide (14-26)
- Size139.5 mm (full length) × 15.4mm (max. diameter)
Platinum #3776 Century Fountain Pen Chenonceau White, PNB-13000#2 Inspired by the rich history of the Chateau de Chenonceau in Loire of France, also known as the "castle of six ladies," that
Platinum #3776 Century Fountain Pen Chenonceau White, PNB-13000#2
Inspired by the rich history of the Chateau de Chenonceau in Loire of France, also known as the "castle of six ladies," that was owned and loved by six noblewomen through the centuries, this Chenonceau White features an image of white and elegant look of the castle.
Its soft ivory body matches well with a gold-plated trim, highlighting its grace and luxurious.
In addition, the entire quality of the pens has been improved, a special method of etching has been applied to the cap ring making a three-dimensional effect to the logo.
The pen features a very smooth writing solid gold 14k nib available in UEF, EF, F, SF, M, B, and C points.
The pen features a unique "slip and seal" mechanism in the cap, meaning an airtight screw-on cap that prevents ink from drying out. Other fountain pens can dry out in as little as 2–4 weeks without use, but Platinum's Slip and Seal cap prevents dryout for over a year without use. Meanwhile, a newly redesigned nib and feed regulate the ink flow.
The pen is packaged in an attractive presentation box, and includes an ink cartridge, a warranty certification, instruction card and user manual.
Platinum fountain pen is renowned of the great smoothness of its nib and weightless feel of fine writing pen. This classic pen is a perfect choice for anyone looking to experience the world of premium Japanese fountain pens.
Measurements: 140mm long closed, 120mm open, 155mm posted
Diameter: 15.4mm max
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