Jean-Pierre Lepine Attila Rollerball Pen - Blue
Jean-Pierre Lepine “Attila” Blue Rollerball Pen
The Jean-Pierre Lepine “Attila” pen collection features a short, rotund pen body that has a well-balanced weight, either posted or unposted, and fits comfortably in your hand. This luxury designer writing instrument has a quiet funkiness that belies its durability. It is highly recommended for writers who prefer a wide body to grip. This pen is perfect to have ready at your desk for notes and correspondence and it can easily slip into your pocket, jacket, handbag or briefcase when you are traveling.
The compact Jean-Pierre Lepine Attila Blue rollerball pen is handcrafted from a single block of glossy marbled Blue cellulose acetate that gives each pen a unique pattern and distinct color. Cellulose acetate is a high-quality, durable cotton-based resin. The pen in trimmed in highly polished Stainless Steel that provides an excellent complement to the sturdy cellulose acetate body. The threaded cap screws onto the pen body to close and can be posted securely. The cap is not top heavy when posted, providing further balance and even better writing comfort. The pen clip features a generous curve that flares out before returning to the cap. The Lepine Attila rollerball pen comes in a small leatherette pouch with a standard short international cartridge inside a lovely orange and brown gift box marked with the Lepine logo. We offer an exclusive Papier Plume 5-year extended warranty on your Jean-Pierre Lepine Attila rollerball pen.
Rollerball Pen Specifications
Length, Capped: 4”
Length, Posted: 5.5”
Length, Unposted: 3.6”
About Jean-Pierre Lepine
Designer Jean-Pierre Lepine takes great pride in the design and craftsmanship of his fine writing instruments, which spark the imagination with their bold designs and please the hand with their high-quality materials. These unconventional high-end pens have a surprising combination of colors, shapes and technical ability. All Lepine pens are completely handcrafted in France in small batches by expert craftsmen following age-old traditional techniques using materials like acrylic, rhodoid, brass, aluminum, delrin, stainless steel, carbon and leather, precious metals like silver and gold, exotic woods and precious stones.