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Oscar Wilde is quoted as having said: “I have very simple tastes. I am always satisfied with the very best.” This sentiment is reflected in every pen in the Writers Edition created in his honour. The unconventionally decorated barrel and the many details hint at the passionate spirit of Oscar Wilde. Both the clip and the mountings are made of gold-plated 925 sterling silver.

An engraved signature of the author decorates the cap of the pen. And the handmade 18-karat gold nib, with its highly detailed engravings in the style of the age in which Wilde lived, complete this extraordinary tribute to an extraordinary person.

Oscar Wilde’s revolutionary views on the society of his day, his fight for aesthetic and moral freedom and his belief in individuality and simultaneous rejection of convention made this flamboyant man of letters a legend in his own time. As a central figure of London society at the end of the 19th century, he lived a decadent lifestyle, which exposed him more than once to the sharp criticism of the bourgeoisie. In addition to brilliant works such as “The Picture of Dorian Gray” and “The Canterville Ghost”, Oscar Wilde wrote numerous essays, poems and plays.

Limited Edition

Launch: 1994
Limitation:
15.000 Fountain Pens
8.000 Ballpoint Pens
7.000 Mechanical Pencils
5.000 Sets, including a fountain pen, ballpoint pen and a mechanical pencil

Characteristics:
• Marbled precious resin
• Gold-plated 925 sterling silver mountings
• 18-karat gold nib

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Oscar Wilde is quoted as having said: “I have very simple tastes. I am always satisfied with the very best.” This sentiment is reflected in every pen in the Writers Edition created in his honour. The unconventionally decorated barrel and the many details hint at the passionate spirit of Oscar Wilde. Both the clip and the mountings are made of gold-plated 925 sterling silver.

An engraved signature of the author decorates the cap of the pen. And the handmade 18-karat gold nib, with its highly detailed engravings in the style of the age in which Wilde lived, complete this extraordinary tribute to an extraordinary person.

Oscar Wilde’s revolutionary views on the society of his day, his fight for aesthetic and moral freedom and his belief in individuality and simultaneous rejection of convention made this flamboyant man of letters a legend in his own time. As a central figure of London society at the end of the 19th century, he lived a decadent lifestyle, which exposed him more than once to the sharp criticism of the bourgeoisie. In addition to brilliant works such as “The Picture of Dorian Gray” and “The Canterville Ghost”, Oscar Wilde wrote numerous essays, poems and plays.

Limited Edition

Launch: 1994
Limitation:
15.000 Fountain Pens
8.000 Ballpoint Pens
7.000 Mechanical Pencils
5.000 Sets, including a fountain pen, ballpoint pen and a mechanical pencil

Characteristics:
• Marbled precious resin
• Gold-plated 925 sterling silver mountings
• 18-karat gold nib

Oscar Wilde

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