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Unveiling the Story of Acantus

The motifs of acanthus leaves, which have an important place in Anatolian architecture, have become an integral part of the columns, the supporting elements of structures. Acantha means “thorn” in Greek. The immortality and inaccessibility associated with thorns have given these motifs, often used in religious architecture, a sense of unattainability and eternity. The use of these motifs in Corinthian capitals, which first emerged in Ancient Greece, is based on the story of a young Corinthian girl.

The intricately carved acanthus leaf motifs on majestic columns have served as the inspiration for the design of the fountain pen. In the design, the enchantment of these motifs is blended with diamonds and emeralds, integrating the fountain pen with history.

Masterful Craftsmanship

We adorned the pen's exquisite Silver barrel with sparkling Diamonds. Every detail was meticulously crafted, featuring meticulously carved silver accents and meticulously handcrafted mosaic designs.

Product Code: P272

Our products feature a wide range of precious stones, each meticulously set by hand according to their size. This intricate process requires years of expertise and craftsmanship.

Engraving craftsmanship:

Pen craftsmanship is a long-standing, enduring, and rare cultural craft that requires skill. It is made by intricately working on precious metals with different-sized pen tips.


It is the art of carefully crafting designs with small-sized precious stones. It highlights the craftsmanship of the pen and adds color to it.

Gold Plating:

It is the process of applying a 20-micron thick layer of pure gold to specific parts of our pens. Apart from adding visual emphasis to the pen, it also adds value.

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We adorned the pen's exquisite silver barrel with dazzling diamonds, vibrant rubies, and alluring garnets.

Every detail was meticulously crafted, showcasing intricately carved silver accents and beautifully handcrafted mosaic designs.

Product Code: OM127