Dupont Limited Edition Line D Fender Rollerball
Fender was founded by Leo Fender in 1946, just as S.T. Dupont was inventing the first luxury lighter. Its meticulous craftsmanship has made it one of
the most renowned brands in the world. To this day, the biggest names in music are inspired by the Fender way of transforming wood and metal strings into beautiful musical instruments. The Fender Stratocaster, with its glowing sunburst finish, shape and unique sound, became an instant icon and is synonymous with rock legends from Eric Clapton to Jimi Hendrix to the Arctic Monkeys. Celebrating its 70th anniversary, the highly versatile, sleek and good-looking musical instrument defies age with exceptional style and conviction.
The shared values of craftsmanship and innovation are what have made Fender and S.T. Dupont into enduring brands. Now, S.T. Dupont has reinvented the traditional art of lacquering to transform the iconic sunburst patina of the Fender Stratocaster into a special anniversary collection of handcrafted writing instruments and lighters.
The limited editions include the gold-plated Line D rollerball and ball pen featuring a Stratocaster guitar neck on the clip, a Ligne 2 lighter and a pair of Fender guitar pick cufflinks plated in precious palladium. Production is limited to 1,946 numbered pieces of each item.
The special editions are finished in palladium: a streamlined, twist ball pen and the sleek Slim 7 lighter. The entire collection is engraved with both the Fender and S.T. Dupont logos.