Rollerballs pen Ducale is dedicated to the Doges and the palace the most important in Venice.
Formerly called the Doge’s Palace as it was the seat of the Doge, it has remained the symbol and heart of this wonderful city.
The Palace is the sum total of the strength and longevity of the Republic of Venice.
Inside was the seat of the Magistracy of the Council of X, the Senate, and the assembly hall of the Great Council.
The famous Bridge of Sighs connects the Doge’s Palace to the prison building.
From the pencils of our Venetian art masters come the original designs of the Ducale rollerball pen, the lifeblood of the entire creative process.
Secular symbols and customs of Venice meet modern taste, and find expression in the Doge’s pen.
It is from the careful choice of symbols resulting from collective memory, and their encounter with the present, that historical and modern design come together in the fountain pen.
Rollerballs pen Ducale
The Bortoletti brothers inherited the secret of bronze casting from their father, refining their lost-wax microcasting processes to achieve the highest degree of finish.
Love of detail and the refinement of handcrafted bronze to bring to life objects rich in history and personality.
While white bronze cannot be called a precious metal, it is a respectable material that has also always been used in art.
And an alloy composed of 80 parts copper and 20 parts zinc, it provides high breaking strength and is not subject to oxidation.
Bronze lends itself to the finest artistic workmanship; during the finishing process it is patinated and chiseled by hand.
The rollerball pen is sold in an elegant quality packaging made of powder-colored cardboard with branded gold hot-stamped logo.