The new Graf von Faber-Castell Anello Titanium
Platinum-plated writing implements with barrels made of titanium segments, separated by gleaming platinum-plated rings. 18-carat gold nib ‘run in’ by hand.

The new Classic Anello “Titanium“ writing implements illustrate how our writing culture can be enriched by some unusual nuances. Several segments of titanium, separated by fine platinum-plated rings, form the barrel and give this series its name: anello is Italian for ring. An especially fascinating contrast: The gleaming platinum rings prove an ideal counterpart to the bright metallic grey matt finish of the titanium rings. At the same time the combination is perfect to the touch: the segments and the rings are precisely matched to one another.

The mechanisms and features of the Anello Titanium writing implements correspond to the existing Classic series.

The fountain pen is equipped with a practical cartridge/converter system and a bicoloured 18-carat gold nib with iridium tip.
Manufacturing such a nib is an elaborate process involving over a hundred steps, most of them carried out by hand.
Each nib is then ‘run in’ by hand. The fountain pen is available in 3 different nib widths.

14 56 40  Classic Anello Titanium Fountain Pen (Medium Nib)
14 56 41  Classic Anello Titanium Fountain Pen (Fine Nib)
14 56 43  Classic Anello Titanium Fountain Pen (Broad Nib)

The propelling pencil uses break-resistant 0.7-mm leads of hardness B with a reservoir for spare leads,
and under the removable cap is a replaceable white eraser. 

13 56 31  Classic Anello Titanium Mechanical Pencil

The ballpoint pen is equipped with a large-capacity refill in standard size.

14 56 31  Classic Anello Titanium Ballpoint Pen

The rollerball pen has a precision point which glides smoothly over the paper.

14 56 11  Classic Anello Titanium Rollerball

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