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Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Horatio Nelson Rollerball Pen
Limited edition of 50 handpainted pens.

Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Horatio Nelson Rollerball Pen

$5,500.00
Limited Edition of 50
Item Number: 71601028
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Category: 982

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Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Viscount Horatio Nelson Rollerball Pen is a hand painted black resin Rollerball pen hand carved by master artisans, from a single piece of acrylic for durability. It features an airbrushed miniature portrait of Viscount Horatio Nelson on the barrel and the Imperial Eagle, on the cap.  Envisioned and realized by Lorena Straffi, the Tibaldi Limited Edition Viscount Horatio Nelson Rollerball Pen is from the exquisite Clari Viri (Figures of Greatness) collection, that celebrates the most powerful and consequential leaders the world has ever known.
 
Phi - the concept known as the Divine Proportion - informs every aspect of the structure of the Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Viscount Horatio Nelson Rollerball Pen. For example, the proportion between the pen's cap and the visible portion of the barrel when the pen is closed equals the phi ratio, 1.618. Even the pen's accompanying case is measured in multiples of the phi coefficient.
 
Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Viscount Horatio Nelson Rollerball Pen is a limited of edition of 50.
 
Viscount Horatio Nelson

1758-1805

Renowned for his bold action and occasional disregard of orders from his seniors, Nelson joined the British Navy aged 12. When Britain entered the Revolutionary Wars in 1793, Nelson helped to capture Corsica and battled at Calvi, where he lost the sight of his right eye. He later lost his right arm at the Battle of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 1797. Nelson's defiance brought him victories against Spain in 1797, and at the Battle of Copenhagen four years later, where he ignored orders to cease action by putting his telescope to his blind eye and claiming he couldn't see the signal. Nelson's most famous triumph, at Cape Trafalgar, saved Britain from the threat of invasion by Napoleon, but it was also his last. He died on the first day of battle.

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