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The precious and refined spirit of the Italian Renaissance madrigal lives again in the ETRURIA MADRIGALE collection with its very limited micro-editions The Madrigal, a form of non-liturgical chant typical of the Italian Renaissance, was codified in the mid-fourteenth century in Florence by Giovanni da Firenze. A multi-voice song full of delicious rhymes and fresh melodies that radically changed the musical taste of the time. Etruria Madrigale, in the refined freshness of its colors and variants, is inspired by the great musical tradition of the Madrigale with a series of very small collections of fountain pens for connoisseurs. The Etruria Madrigale is inaugurated by the legendary Hazelnut series in 10 unique pieces. Etruria Madrigale Nocciola is made in celluloid aged over thirty years with an intense color between beige and dark brown (hazelnut) and is equipped with a high-capacity piston filler. Ebonite feeder on Stiflex 14k gold nib available in the seven classic Stipula sizes (Ultrafine, Extrafine, Fine, Medium, Large, calligraphic 0.9, calligraphic 1.1).

Made in Florence, Italy.

Cap do post.  

Etruria Madrigale, Celluloid, Limited.

1 147,54 €Price
Excluding Sales Tax
  • Vintage celluloid body and cap
    Solid silver appointments
    14k Stiflex nibs  
    Ebonite feed.
    Screw in cap. 
    Piston fill for bottled ink.
    Made in Florence, Italy.
    Overall length, closed:  152 mm 
    Body: 4.69 x 0.56 in (131 x 16 mm)
    Weight: 35 g
    Micro series, 10 pieces only, penemporium exclusive.
    In stock.

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