Monday, December 17th, 2012

Pen Of The Day: Delta Scrigno Secret Fountain Pen

Stephanie

This is a Delta Scrigno– Italian for “treasure chest”

Scrigno is an innovative collection of writing instruments offering a tiny coffer inside the cap which is capable of safeguarding one’s most intimate secrets. Simply unscrew (counterclockwise) the top of the cap to uncover the inner container made of food safe steel. Use of this space is left to your imagination.

The Scrigno collection is made from special resins turned by hand, and offered in various colors. It is available as fountain pen with cartridge and converter, and also as a rollerball. The trimmings are rhodium plated.

Have you ever seen/tried one of these? Is it on your wish list?

Image courtesy of Ivanr365 on Instagram

6 thoughts on “Pen Of The Day: Delta Scrigno Secret Fountain Pen

  1. The Delta Scringo is one of my favorites: it has a big, bold body, with great design (I own the blue version and a green version).
    For all of the FP lovers, the stainless steel nib is fantastic – smooth and nice to write with, defenitely one of the best SS nibs I’ve ever tried.
    The only thing is, I couldn’t figure out what to put in the little hole in the cap – but so what? it just stays empty most of the time…

  2. The Delta Scringo is one of my favorites: it has a big, bold body, with great design (I own the blue version and a green version).
    For all of the FP lovers, the stainless steel nib is fantastic – smooth and nice to write with, defenitely one of the best SS nibs I’ve ever tried.
    The only thing is, I couldn’t figure out what to put in the little hole in the cap – but so what? it just stays empty most of the time…

  3. I have to admit I’ve never heard of these, but I find the little compartment inside the cap intriguing. I’d probably put a tiny note inside to whoever I was going to leave the pen to.

  4. I have to admit I’ve never heard of these, but I find the little compartment inside the cap intriguing. I’d probably put a tiny note inside to whoever I was going to leave the pen to.

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