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Retro 51 Tornado Metropolitan Rollerball in Favrile Peacock Feather

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Retro 51 Tornado Metropolitan Rollerball in Favrile Peacock Feather

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Product Description

Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) embodied the artistic spirit of America's Gilded Age. In the early 1890s, he developed a method of blending different colors together in glass while it was in a molten state, calling the results ''Favrile,'' for which he was widely celebrated.

Each pen in the Tornado Metropolitan collection has the Metropolitan name engraved on the top ring below the knurled twist-top. A serial number (not limited) is also engraved on the ring. The top disc features the Metropolitan logo. Each pen includes an educational insert that tells the history of each writing instrument design.

Retro 51 Tornado Metropolitan Favrile (Peacock Feather) Rollerball Pen Specifications

  • Edition: Open numbered edition. Each piece is numbered but not limited to a particular number of total pieces in this edition.
  • Finish: Gloss clear coat with printed details from the Louis C. Tiffany Favrile
  • Trim: Chrome
  • Knurled twist-top with the edition number engraved on the top ring
  • Refill: Rollerball Refill REF5P/REF57P, can also adapt to Ballpoint
  • Conversion REF71 Easy Flow (sold separately)
  • Metropolitan Logo printed on the top disc
  • Pen Length: 5 in. / 125mm
  • Pen Barrel Diameter: 0.45 in. / 12mm
  • Matching graphic tube packaging.
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Our online pen store is open 24/7 and we ship Monday through Friday, excluding some holidays. Most orders are shipped the same business day when received before 12:00 p.m. EST. Personalized pens will add an additional 1-2 days to process. If your order is time-sensitive, please note it in the order notes or contact us to ensure we can accommodate your needs.

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Goldspot Pens is an authorized retailer of all the 50+ worldwide writing brands it represents. Every pen, refill, and accessory is 100% genuine and backed by respective manufacturer warranties. Buy with confidence - if you need to return or exchange your purchase, our 30-day return policy makes it quick and easy.

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The Retro 51 Tornado rollerball writes with a cap-less REF5P liquid rollerball ink cartridge. Although there are several ink colors available (blue, red, purple, and green), the color included with any new Retro 51 rollerball is always black. The rollerball is also compatible with any Parker-style type ballpoint pen cartridge. Since this cartridge is made by several manufacturers, there are many options for ink color, point size, and ink consistency (ballpoint or gel ink). Retro 51 offers the REF71 (black) or REF77 (blue) easy-flow 9000 ballpoint ink cartridge as an alternative (sold separately) refill option for the Tornado rollerball pen.

Although the company is headquartered in Richardson, Texas (USA), the Retro 51 factory is based in Taiwan. All pen parts are manufactured in Taiwan with exception to the fountain pen nibs (made by Jowo in Germany) or the refills (made by Schmidt, also in Germany).

Retro 1951, Inc. offers a Limited One-Year Warranty on all Retro 51 writing instruments to the original consumer for a period of one year from the date of purchase with the purchased unit free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. Please note that this warranty is void if the pen has been damaged by accident, negligence, unauthorized service, or other factors not due to defects in materials or workmanship. It's important not to return the product to the retailer from whom it was purchased. Retro 51 will handle warranty claims directly.

Yes, most Retro 51 rollerball pens can be personalized with engraving on the barrel of the pen. There are some exceptions due to the design of the pen. For example, if a Retro 51 Tornado pen has an acid-etched pattern and does not have a blank spot where an engraving may be etched, then we will not engrave that pen. Our most popular, personalized Retro 51 rollerball pens are the classic lacquer styles, which are available in a variety of colors.

The refill inside. The Tornado pen design is the same whether you have a ballpoint or rollerball. It's the refill that makes the difference. The Tornado ballpoint pen uses the REF71 Easy Flow 9000 ballpoint ink cartridge while the rollerball writes with the more fluid REF5P cap-less rollerball ink cartridge. The ballpoint might last longer with the thicker, pastier ink. But, the rollerball version would flow smoother and require less hand pressure to make a dark mark on paper.

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