In this age of ubiquitous computers, tablets and smartphones, handwritten correspondence has taken on special rarity and value. Like a picture drawn by a child, a handwritten letter is highly personal and full of character, made one of a kind by the particular scrawl of the author.
Since such letters take time and effort to write, they convey a sense of appreciation and high regard to the recipient. For this reason, letters become mementos that remain treasured for many years to come.
Just as the tactile quality of the paper plays a part in the letter-writing experience, so too does the writing instrument itself. With Meissen fountain pens and rollerballs, every word written is like a meditative pause, the antithesis to typing on a laptop or thumbing into a smartphone.
Handwritten letters are a gesture of particular esteem. With the writing instruments of the Meissen porcelain manufactory, penning the fond words becomes an experience in itself.
Mascara White with Gold
In times of fast-paced, digital communication, writing by hand takes on an almost meditative character. Especially when your writing utensil has been designed with user-oriented thoughtfulness and a sense of everyday beauty. Just like the writing instruments from MEISSEN, which give the finest manufactory porcelain its place at the desk.
The fountain pen as well as the rollerball of the collection captivates with its cap as well as the barrel made of Meissen porcelain, which were decorated with 18 carat gold. The specially developed click mechanism guarantees elegant handling as well as safe function. With the high-quality gift packaging in which every MEISSEN writing instrument is shipped, the Mascara fountain pen and rollerball also make excellent gifts.
Timeless aesthetics combined with over 310 years of craftsmanship make Meissen writing instruments collectors' pieces for eternity. The Mascara fountain pen and rollerball "Geometric Gold" enchants with geometric gold application made of 18 carat gold and is an amazing eye-catcher at your workplace. Handwritten letters or notes are something full of character as well as a sign of special appreciation.
With the writing instruments from MEISSEN, even composing personal words becomes an experience. Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of white gold and enrich your everyday life with an exquisite fountain pen or rollerball from the "Geometric Gold" collection. The specially designed gift packaging also makes the two writing instruments a special present.
The Mascara fountain pen as well as the rollerball in white impress with their cap as well as the barrel made of the finest Meissen porcelain. The nib of the exclusive fountain pen was made of 18 carat white gold. The trademark of Europe's oldest porcelain manufactory, the Crossed Swords, is applied to the cap of the fountain pen. The specially developed click mechanism guarantees elegant handling as well as safe function. The rollerball in white impresses with its cap and barrel made of the finest Meissen porcelain and the palmette convinces with the trademark. With this two writing instruments as a gift you will give away a combination of the finest materials, which makes writing a true experience. At the same time, the Meissen fountain pen and rollerball are elegant eye-catcher at your workplace.
The fountain pen and rollerball from the "Geometric Black" collection feature geometric applications in black and convince with a cap and the barrel made of Meissen porcelain. The nib of the fountain pen is made of 18 carat white gold. The trademark of the manufactory - the Crossed Swords - is applied to the cap. The specially developed click mechanism guarantees elegant handling as well as safe function for an incomparable writing experience. Enjoy the combination of exquisite craftsmanship and stylish function with the writing instruments of the "Geometric Black" collection.
The writing instruments of the "Geometric White" collection consist of a fountain pen and a rollerball. Both are characterized by a cap and the barrel made of Meissen porcelain. It is in the combination of the two writing instruments that the full expressive power of Meissen porcelain is revealed, which now enriches everyday life in the office or home office. The trademark of the manufactory - the Crossed Swords - is applied to the cap. The specially developed click mechanism guarantees elegant handling as well as safe functioning. The nib of the fountain pen is made of 18-carat white gold. Both writing instruments are thus an absolute highlight among your writing instruments or also a wonderful gift.
Meissen writing instruments are characterized by their use-oriented design as well as the sense for everyday beauty as they combine manufactory porcelain with high-quality materials to a pleasantly heavy hand-weight. The fountain pen and rollerball of the "Royal Seal, white" collection feature a cap and barrel made of Meissen porcelain. The palmette, for example, features Meissen's trademark, the Crossed Swords. The specially developed click mechanism guarantees the elegant handling as well as a safe function. The timeless aesthetics combined with over 300 years of craftsmanship make these Meissen writing instruments collectors' items for eternity.
MEISSEN writing instruments are distinguished by their functional design and sense of everyday beauty, combining fine materials to create a pleasantly heavy hand-weight. The Royal Seal rollerball and fountain pen in Mesh Platinum made of Meissen porcelain with platinum decoration are an extraordinary eye-catcher in your office or home office. In times of fast-moving, digital communication, writing by hand takes on an almost meditative character. A circumstance that is also be reflected in the exquisite design of the writing tool. Thus, the Meissen Royal Seal rollerball and fountain pen Mesh Platinum are also an excellent gift for your loved ones.
Created in 1739 by master modeller Johann Joachim Kaendler, the Snowball Blossoms are still one of the manufactory's most popular designs. Almost 300 years later, they are now reinterpreted as jewellery in the "1739 Royal Blossom" collection.