Retro 51 Tornado Metropolitan Museum of Art Rollerball Pen & Pencil Set
Tiffany Favrile Parrots & Dogwood
These officially licensed writing instruments will bring a colorful light to your writing. They are based on two leaded Favrile windows, Hibiscus and Parrots (ca. 1910–20) and Dogwood (ca. 1902–1915), designed by American designer Louis C. Tiffany (1848-1933) and now in The Met collection. The light practically shines through the colors printed on top of the metal barrel of each writing instrument and they are finished with polished chrome accents.
The MET Rollerball and Pencil set is packaged in a commemorative tube complete with extra lead, erasers, and a foldout print with more information on each design, artwork, and artist. Although they are not limited editions, the top rings are engraved with The Met logo and individually numbered. The Met logo is also imprinted on a matching metal top disc.
The pen is fitted with a smooth flowing rollerball refill that is retracted with its patented knurl twist-top. Utilizes the Retro 51 REF5P-B refill. The pencil activates the 1.15 mm lead with a twist of the top cap. The huge eraser on the top of the pencil is for those who make occasional mistakes. Gift packed in the Retro 51 gift tube that also doubles as a pen stand.
Length: 5-1/8" (129 mm); Width at center of barrel: 15/32" (12 mm); Weight: 1.1 oz. (33 g)
- Silk-screened art on Stainless barrel
- The Met logo top ring + logo imprint on the top disc
- Numbered on the top ring
- Polished Chrome Accents
- Comes with rollerball refill & 1.15 mm Pencil
- Includes extra lead & erasers
- The Met/Retro51 Packaging Tube
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