December 21, 2012. The end of the 5,125-year cycle of the Mayan World calendar. Possibly the end of the world as we know it. Possibly the beginning of an era of physical and spiritual transformation.
The ancient allure of bronze is crafted into a highly-detailed pen and base representing the Mayan’s culture. The column represented by the pen is engraved with details inspired by the god Quetzalcoatl, or “feathered serpent.” At the very top of the pen is a depiction of Tikal, capital of one of the most powerful kingdoms of the ancient Maya. Dating to 4th century BC, it dominated much of the political, economic, and military culture of the Mayans. The side of the pen is dominated by the Tzolkin, or 260-day year in the Mayan’s calendar, with the date December 21th, 2012 engraved in Mayan on the opposite side. The fountain pen is fitted with an 18k gold Neo Classique nib. The pen is set upon a magnetic base, and the mid-band engraved with S.T. Dupont is finished in gold. Limited to 112 pieces.
System: Fountain pen uses ink cartridge or converter system
Nib type: 18K gold nib
Conditions: New in box with original international warranty and packaging