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in solid sterling silver and enamelled like Jade
prestigious lacquered wood packaging
Length: 13.30 cm
Diameter / Diameter: 1.30 cm
Charging system: refil ink Schmidt
The two Empires
In this fountain pen, the eagle and the dragon are the allegory of the two most important empires in history, China and the Roman Empire.
They directly controlled four million square kilometers with enormous military apparatuses, capable of subduing neighboring peoples.
China still called "Tianxia" everything under the sky, in the sense that outside the empire there was no civilization.
In the seal of Frederick Barbarossa we read the Latin phrase: "Roma Caput Mundi Regit Orbis Frena Rutundi. Empires not only political but cultural in the broadest sense of the term. The contacts between the two civilizations have long been fabled, in fact they were knowledge of each other, but they never met