Metropolitan Museum Of Art Ballpoint Pen

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    Metropolitan Museum Of Art Ballpoint Pen
    Celebrate the decorative art collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with these Metropolitan Museum of Art Ballpoint Pens! Each pen in the Accessory Collection is a carefully and artfully detailed rendition of the museum's most famous works of art. Each retractable ballpoint pen features chrome plated appointments and a lacquer barrel. Revisit these fine art pieces every time you write with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's best ballpoint pen collection!

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art Accessory Collection includes:

    Astral Map, with golden planetary spheres from the Renaissance manual Astronomicum Caesareum

    Deco flower, an Art Deco floral wallpaper pattern by the French graphic designer, Edouard Bénedictus

    Deskey Deco, with simplified forms, stylized decor and bold, elegant lines by American designer, Donald Deskey

    Egyptian, based on textile-derived painted ceilings copied from tombs of the New Kingdom Egypt

    Golden Bamboo, inspired by a Japanese gold and lacquer box

    Iznick Tile, a colorful ceramic tile from Iznik, a Turkish ceramics center during the age of the Ottoman sultan Süleyman the Magnificent (1494-1566)

    Klimt, a lively geometric pattern textile design from 1920 by Gustav Klimt

    Meissen Floral, representative of a white, baluster-shaped vase decorated with Kekiemon-style flowers

    Mughal Carpet, a floral pattern and design that related to carpets from Heart (Persia), the early models for Indian carpet production

    Lotus, featuring a detail from a Japanese painted handscroll

    Peacock Feather, based on an iridescent Favrile glass vase in the Museum's 1900s collection

    Persian Patchwork, with details of artwork from the Book of Kings of Shah Tahmasp

    Qing Butterfly, from an 1830's Chinese silk coverlet

    Shoes, a cavalcade of shoes from the Met's Costume Institute

    Compton, an enduring design from the firm of William Morris from 1896, illustrating the lavish botanical patterns that were typical of Morris's aesthetic.

    Greek Palmette, based on the popular palmette pattern found on many objects in the Museum's collection including a bucket-shaped vase for wine.

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art Accessory Collection Features

    • Each pen is inspired from a famous work of art
    • Beautiful sterling clip and M emblem on top
    • Twist-activated mechanism
    • Each pen is presented in a gift box printed with its coordinating pattern

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