Lot 472 of 594:
Henry Simpole Sterling Silver Jasmin FP, one of 50  

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Estimate:
$1,000 - $1,500

Title:
HENRY SIMPOLE: Jasmin Sterling Silver Filigree Limited Edition Fountain Pen
Author:
Henry Simpole
Place:
United States
Publisher:
Date:
c.2010
Description:
 
 

This sterling silver openwork filigree masterpiece was inspired by a pen created by George W. Heath, an early 20th century New Jersey jeweler whose overlay pens are highly valued by collectors, and whose work has been a major influence on Mr. Simpole's designs. The filigree is overlaid on a black hard rubber Conway Stewart body. The pen is dedicated to Jasmin Cameron, a founding member of the Writing Equipment Society. 155mm. Broad 18K gold Conway Stewart nib, nice flex. Outer box, lizard leather-patterned display box, illustrated leaflet, signed limitation certificate. Limited Edition: 38/50. Excellent condition, not inked.

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Item number:
292890a
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