Delta Limited Edition Sami Vermeil Fountain Pen
Delta continues its fascinating Indigenous People collection with a tribute to the Sami - one of the oldest surviving cultures in the world. Popularly known as the Lapps, the Sami have inhabited Northern Scandinavia for approximately 4,000 years and have established an economy based on reindeer herding, hunting, fishing and handicrafts. After centuries of struggle to maintain their autonomy, the Sami now enjoy official recognition with a capital in Karasjok, Norway, a Sami Parliament and their own flag.
Delta's limited edition writing instruments celebrate the Sami customs and culture in hand-turned resins that capture the colors of the flag - bright blue, red, yellow and green. Precious metal rings are engraved with traditional Sami textile patterns in high relief. A cabochon in the cap's crown features an engraved symbol of the Sami Parliament; the clip has an enameled replica of the Sami flag. The fountain pen is available in the Special Limited model with vermeil accents limited to 963 pieces. Pen features a flexible, 18K gold nib engraved with a stylized reindeer motif. The Special Edition Vermeil fountain pen fills from a bottle with a lateral lever mechanism.
Delta Limited Edition Sami Vermeil Fountain Pen Features:
- The Sami people of Northern Scandinavia are one of the oldest surviving cultures
- Resin barrel decorated in the Sami flag colors bright blue, red, yellow and green
- Features vermeil accents on clip, nib and rings
- Sami textile pattern engraved on rings
- Lateral lever fill from bottle only