#3776 CENTURY CHARTRES BLUEThe Chartre cathedral is the world heritage in France.
It is said that stained glass in this cathedral are the most beautiful in the world and these glass still remain so that very rare.
A technology of glass proceed rapidly and getting brighter and brighter, on the other hand, a deep colors in the Chartre Cathedral is not many and many perople says it is impossible to produce this kind of color now. Especially, a beauty of it’s blue is uncomparable, hunce a proper noun ”the Chartres Blue” has been named.
We pay respect to this Chartres Blue and challenge to reproduce today.
|“Serial number – card”PLATINUM Co., a blotter card with serial numbers for the first 2000 pens to celebrate the NEW ”Chartres Blue” version.|
Reverse side serves as blotter paper.
English description is from now.
ONE SCENE of pigment ink is used. We combine a picture and message to one small card ,and put it into the box with the Century fountain pen.
We continue testing , however dye ink has faded significantly in two months.
A stamp for use when the writer finishs a letter. PLATINUM Co., attach one small stamp which says “Written Using Platinum PigmentInk” for the first 5,000 pieces of the PLATINUM #3776 CENTURY ”Chartres” color.
◆SLIP & SEAL MECHANISM
It has normally been thought difficult to make an airtight pen with a screw-type cap. If not sealed tightly, the following problems can result:
At the request of customers, we at Platinum Pen Company have gone back to the basics to deal with this problem. This is the first fountain pen which has our unique “Slip & Seal” structure in a pen with a screw-type cap. Thanks to this innovation, currently being patented, it is possible to have a screw-type cap with complete airtightness.