Some of Einstein's most productive years were those he worked in the patent office in Bern. Of that place and time he said, "that worldly cloister where I hatched my most beautiful ideas". This sleek and fabulous pen is a testament to productivity of that period in Einstein's life. The wooden body of this pen is made of the reddish or yellowish floor wood from Einstein's living room. The metal parts are gold plate. May you hatch your most beautiful ideas with this pen.
The pen is 5.25 inches long, 13.33 cm and weighs ounces or 37 grams. To produce the writing tip, grasp the wood body and twist the top. Refill: Parker Style black ink.
The item comes with stamped provenance document in an archival quality sleeve. The document testifies to the pen's 2 Library Place, Princeton, NJ origins and production by Genius Tree Creations LLC.
May you hatch beautiful ideas with this exquisite pen.