New Color Featuring the Image of a Flower to a Fountain Pen
Inspired by Nice, the Southern French Luxury Resort
A new color “LAVENDE,” which was inspired by lavender flowers, will be added to our #3776 CENTURY “NICE” series, which has been well received since its launch.
Nice is a world-renowned resort and tourist city located in Cote d’Azur in southern France. In early summer, Province region experiences its most beautiful season, with blooming fields of lavender that stretch all the way to the horizon.
The light purple lavender flowers, gently blowing in the early summer wind and bathed in soft light, are expressed through a sandblast finish applied on the high transparency resin barrel. Thereafter, sharp accent lines are added through shaper cutting. The pen also features an exquisite pink gold metal trim.
Lavande, the French word for lavender, is said to be the "queen of herbs," which is highly fragrant and has been prized as a medicinal herb since ancient Roman times for its healing effect. In flower language, lavender denotes "silence" due to the tranquilizing effect as well as its magically strong scent. As the flower language implies, LAVENDE fountain pen creates a sense of calm, inviting one to breathe deeply into writing, making it unique among other NICE models.
It comes with a blotter card with a serial number the initial 3,000 production lots.