Calligraphy Set SET52 Lando

Materials: Beech Wood/ White Bronze/ Glass
Pen Size: Length 21 cm
Nibs: 3 Vintage
Inkwell: 40ml capacity, made of glass
Pen holder: Horizontal in chiseled bronze
Pad: Made of Mahogany wood with interchangeable blotting paper
Pack size 24.5 x 12.5 x 9
Packaging: Gift box
Certificate of guarantee made in Italy

Calligraphy Set SET52 Lando a set of great value and refinement, as a piece of furniture or for writing important words.

The Lando calligraphy set consists of a murano glass calligraphy pen worked with silver leaf and inkwell with bronze cap calligraphy ink.

The calligraphy pen writing set was made completely by hand by expert artisans in Bortoletti’s workshop.

The calligraphy set comes with a bronze pen rest, signature dryer, and a bronze inkwell with decorated cap.

Elegant writing set for practicing the art of calligraphy with pen and ink, lampwork Murano glass pen, inkwell, pad, pen holder.

The inkwell contains black Cagliostro calligraphic ink, reminiscent of Alchemy and Magic, so intense that it brings to life the magical, mysterious and alchemical atmosphere of Cagliostro.

Care in the selection of raw materials, attention during all stages of production, have resulted in high quality ink.

Calligraphy Set SET52 Lando

For good use of calligraphy tools, it is essential to know the main calligraphy terms and then begin the practical part.

Writing is the action of writing and fixing thought in visual form through the use of graphic signs.

Calligraphy is the art of forming characters of a script clearly and elegantly, while characters are signs executed with their own rules and take different names.

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.