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The Sir Henry Tate 2006 Patron of Art, limited to 4810 fountain pens, is characterized by a clear and well-structured shape. The source of inspiration is the neoclassical architecture of the Tate Britain Museum, funded by Sir Henry Tate. The geometric lines of the plated platinum body and the decoration of the hood rings resemble the characteristic elements of the building's style that houses the museum and create an elegant contrast with the hood and inlaid body of red lacquer worked guilloché. The top of the hood features an ivory ivory star Montblanc.
The platinum plated 18-karat gold nib can be portrayed with a rotating motion with a dual cartridge or converter charging system. He is finely engraved with two sugar canees, an allusion to the raw material that allowed Sir Henry Tate to "help the art of the United Kingdom to get the rightful place and to satisfy millions of people in this and the next "generations. The exclusive edition also includes the fountain pen "Sir Henry Tate", whose edition is limited to only 888 pens in massive gold 750 and worked with gray lacquer engravings. The top of the hood is surrounded by a series of diamonds with square cut.
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