All our pens are thoroughly manufactured by professionals using precious metals of the highest quality. That is what makes them solid and life-long durable writing instruments.
Every part is made of 925 sterling silver or solid brass. All pen parts or accessories colour can be manufactured according to our customers’ preferences.
Plating Materials:


Silver is slightly harder metal than gold. It has brilliant white metallic lustre that can take a high degree of polish. The silver used for our pen parts is Sterling Silver 925 fine and every single peace is controlled by the Federal Office of Precious Metals and carries its hallmark.


Rhodium is a precious metal with extraordinary qualities. It is extremely hard and because it does not oxidise, it keeps its luxurious silver-colour shine. It is often used with silver to preserve its beautiful appearance.


This hard silvery white metal usually occurs as a minor component of platinum ores and its annual production is only about 12 tonnes worldwide. Ruthenium is used for plating of other metal components to improve stability of their surface.

Platinum is a precious, grey-white transition metal and one of the rarest elements in the Earth's crust. Apart from allowing the instruments to keep their shine over the years, it also protects them from corrosion, oxidation and abrasion. Rare, pure, unalterable platinum is the most exclusive precious metal.

24-Carat Yellow Gold/18-Carat Yellow Gold/Rose Gold

Gold is a precious metal that has inspired mankind throughout the history and became a universal mean of payment in numerous societies. It has a very attractive bright yellow colour and lustre, which it maintains without oxidising in air or water. 24-carat gold is a pure gold and has a characteristically yellow colour, the 18-carat has brighter yellow colour. Rose gold is an alloy of gold and copper which makes the colour brighter and silver-pink.


Swarowski Cubic Zirconia

Maximum sparkle and shine in flawless Zirconia by Swarowski have received the highest ratings of diamond brilliance and light dispersion from a leading gem lab. The customer can choose the colour in our catalogue. Other colours are available upon request.


The name diamond is derived from the ancient Greek adámas- unbreakable or unalterable. Diamonds have been treasured as gemstones since their use as religious icons in ancient India. Their usage in engraving tools also dates to early human history. The perfect dispersion of white light into spectral colours is the primary characteristic of gem diamonds. But whether you are interested in their indestructibility or glamorous shine, there is no way in which diamonds are not unique upon any other gems.

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