Pen and inkwell Tobia
Pen and inkwell Tobia
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Pen and inkwell SET42 Tobia

Tobia calligraphy writing set with lampworked Murano glass calligraphy pen embellished with silver leaf foil, 30 ml inkwell finely decorated with bronze friezes and characteristic pen holder on which you can store your precious pen. Accompanied by four additional calligraphy nibs.

Features
Materials: White Bronze, Glass
Pen Size: Length 21 cm
Nibs: 5 Vintage
Inkwell: Glass, with 30ml calligraphic ink, Black
Pack size 24.5 x 12.5 x 9
Packaging: Gift box
Certificate of guarantee made in Italy

SET42 Tobia pen and inkwell with Murano glass calligraphy pen and bronze inkwell with a stand that doubles as a useful pen rest.

The Tobia calligraphy set is a small masterpiece of design, the calligraphy pen is made of murano glass available in nine different colors.

The calligraphy set is made completely by hand in the Bortoletti workshop. Useful as a piece of furniture or for practicing fine point calligraphy.

This unique writing set has a beautiful inkwell, on the front it has a special support where to place the calligraphy pen.

Simple and elegant hand-chiseled bronze inkwell with wooden calligraphy pen, perfect for mamo writing.

An important bronze inkwell for your office desk or home, where classic and modern find a meeting point.

Pen and inkwell SET42 Tobia

Knowing calligraphy tools and basic rules well is essential to becoming a good calligrapher.

First of all, it is useful to know that writing is the action of writing to fix thought in visual form through the use of graphic signs.

While calligraphy is the art of forming characters of a script clearly and elegantly, typefaces are signs executed with their own rules.

The alphabet is the set of letters of a given language arranged in a conventional way.

The writing body is the distance of the two parallel horizontal lines that determines the height of the middle letters.

Simple rods are those straight rods that have the perfect full and are divided into ascending and descending rods.

The calligraphic degree is the unit of measurement chosen to proportion the letters of a writing and corresponds to the greatest coarseness of a rod drawn with a nib.

The shape of calligraphy nibs derives from the way quill pens were anciently worked. Two fundamental cuts still characterize its structure today,

a vertical one to allow for ink reserve and a horizontal one that determines the shape of the tip.

The squaring of the calligraphic nib is of paramount importance because it is what gives very different characteristics to the writing strokes.