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Metropolitan Museum of Art

  1. Peacock Feather Blue Pen

    $38.39

    Twist-action ballpoint pen from the Metropolitan Museum of Art is based on an iridescent Favrile glass vase in the Museum collection, produced in 1900 by the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company. Museum logo on cap.

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  2. Vienna Workshops Multicolored Pen

    $38.39

    Twist-action ballpoint pen from the Metropolitan Museum of Art features bold colors based on a textile print from Austrian painter, Gustav Klimt. Museum logo on cap.

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  3. Astronomicum Caesareum Yellow Pen

    $38.39

    Twist-action ballpoint pen from the Metropolitan Museum of Art is based on hand-colored woodcuts from the original Astronomicum Caesareum, a Renaissance instruction manual explaining astronomical instruments. Museum logo on cap.

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  4. Art Deco Black/White Pen

    $38.39

    Twist-action ballpoint pen from the Metropolitan Museum of Art is based on a strikingly elegant painted and silver-leafed wood cigarette box in 1928. Museum logo on cap.

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  5. Colonette Blue Ballpoint Pen

    $98.99

    Twist-action ballpoint pen from the Metropolitan Museum of Art features brilliant enamels based on the churches of 12th century Cologne. The intricate columns and colonettes are the focus for the enamels in this handsome pen.

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  6. Colonette Blue Rollerball Pen

    $129.25

    Twist-cap rollerball pen from the Metropolitan Museum of Art features brilliant enamels based on the churches of 12th century Cologne. The intricate columns and colonettes are the focus for the enamels in this handsome pen.

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  7. Tiffany Mosaic Column Pen

    $100.72

    Cap-off, snap-cap rollerball pen from the Metropolitan Museum of Art is taken from Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) two majestic columns inlaid with a mosaic whose tesserae, or small squares, hark back to Byzantine and Roman art. This slender column of a pen captures the same shimmery brilliance of the originals, with the blue and gold tesserae that Tiffany patterned. The original Tiffany columns are part of the Museum collection. Museum logo on cap.

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  8. Samurai Dragon Pen

    $100.72

    Cap-off, snap-cap rollerball pen from the Metropolitan Museum of Art is taken from a sinuous dragon ? a sign of good fortune ? on a kozuka inscribed by Goto Mitsutaka (1722-1784), the 13th-generation Goto master. Museum logo on cap.

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