Item #: 22251

Visconti Mirage Fountain Pen

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Visconti Mirage Fountain Pen

Founded in 1988, Visconti has become synonymous with writing instruments of unparalleled historical and technological sophistication. This year Visconti celebrates its 30th anniversary with a special pen collection: Mirage. Its completely new concept, new nib, new color palette, distinct new character and very reasonable price make the Mirage a Visconti pen for everyone! When designing the Mirage, Visconti wanted to explore new boundaries, and gain a perspective beyond company tradition. The result is a pen, whose smooth surface alternates between fluid lines that are both concave and convex, accented by Visconti's iconic arc clip. These reflective planes give off the appearance of colors and shapes that continuously change, like a mirage. The well-priced Mirage launches as Visconti's newest entry level writing instrument, a considerable achievement considering the pens are entirely made in Visconti's factory in Florence, Italy.  

Always at the forefront of writing technology, Visconti's Mirage not only brings a new design but also an abundance of innovation. The pen's grip and body are made from vegetal resin to offer a comfortable writing experience and aesthetic appeal. The newly-designed magnetic closure makes sure the cap does not rotate or move when closed. Visconti’s new German-made steel nib is smooth and precise for enjoyable writing. The Mirage is offered as a fountain pen, capped rollerball or ball pen in your choice of six pearlescent colors with palladium-plated accents: Amber, Aqua Blue, Coral Red, Emerald Green, Horn Gray and Night Blue. Cartridge/converter fill.

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