Calligraphy pen Guardi
Calligraphy pen Guardi
Calligraphy pen Guardi
Calligraphy pen Guardi

Calligraphy pen SET18 Guardi

Features
Materials: Wood / White Bronze
Nibs: 7 Vintage
Inks: Calligraphic, 15ml 4 colors
Pen holder: Horizontal in chiseled bronze
Dimensions: Length 21 cm
Handbook of Calligraphy: “English Italics” included.
Pack size 24.5 x 16.5 x 4.5
Packaging: Gift box
Certificate of guarantee made in Italy

Calligraphy pen SET18 Guardi pen with wooden calligraphy pen, pen holder, ink, calligraphy manual and calligraphy nibs

The Guardi calligraphy kit is a handcrafted wooden product and is intimately linked to the place from which it comes and its traditions.

The calligraphy pen is made in Venice by skilled master craftsmen, perfect for anyone who enjoys handwriting English calligraphy.

An ideal calligraphy pen for dabbling in various writings thanks in part to the six different vintage nibs.

SET18 calligraphy kit with wooden pen is sold in an elegant and exclusive gift box with six vintage nibs and a calligraphy manual.

A handcrafted calligraphy set with white bronze pen holder intimately connected with Venice, the place from which it comes and its traditions.

The calligraphy pen is suitable for all those who like to write calligraphy by hand, and for those who want to dabble in various writings thanks to the six different vintage nibs.

SET18 Guardi Calligraphy Pen

The calligraphy kit is sold in an elegant and exclusive gift box. Elegance and exclusivity for your desk.

The calligraphy set comes with pen holder, four 15 ml Hamburg calligraphy ink bottles for writing important words.

The Guardi kit with calligraphy nib, nib holder straw and inks are the indispensable tools for handwriting.

Calligraphy is the art of forming letters with beauty and grace and is a passion shared by people all over the world.

The first step is to learn the rules to be applied consistently and to become familiar with the tools of calligraphy.

Before we can start forming our letters, we need to learn more about the art, going back in time to the late 7th century,

when the quill tip, used for over a thousand years, was cut in different ways for different writing styles.