The barrel of these colourful writing instruments are made from especially hard wearing materials. Piece by piece, a grain guilloche is engraved using a method normally used for jewellery or silver accessories. The barrel is then refined by hand-lacquering and polishing.
This careful hand-crafting produces much more than just an interesting surface structure. It creates a writing instrument that stands out through its quality just as much as through its uniqueness, because no two are alike. Each is an individually finished unique specimen.
Graf von Faber-Castell Guilloche is available as fountain pen with 18-carat gold nib; propelling ballpen; liquid ink rollerball; or 0.7mm mechanical pencil.