Fountain pens and rollerballs

Bortoletti Fonderia Artistica

The collection of themed bronze fountain pens originates from the sketches of Bortoletti’s art masters and is always a lifeblood for the entire creative process. It is from the ‘careful choice of symbols that are the result of collective memory, and their encounter with the present, that historical and modern design come together to give life to this collection rich in history and personality.

The characteristics of the fountain pen collection are not only about the workmanship but also about the choice of materials used, which must be of the highest quality. White bronze casting and decoration meet in a collection with a unique design and is one of the flagships of our production. The details and finishes are of great refinement and are the result of research and balance between traditional craftsmanship and innovation.

The themes of fountain pens.

Penna Doge’s palace, built in Gothic style overlooks the San marco basin, housed the heads of the Most Serene Republic of Venice and its rulers lived there until 1789. 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.

Ca d’oro pen inspired by the architecture of the Ca’ d’Oro palace, built in 1422 and was the residence of Venetian nobles. Overlooking the Grand Canal, it was turned into a museum in the early 1900s and houses Baron Giorgio Franchetti’s valuable art collection.

Contarini pen inspired by the Contarini palace built in the 14th century as the residence of the Contarini nobles. The famous Bovolo staircase was later added to the palace and named for its snail shape.