Discovering Tutankhamen's tomb west of Thebes on November 25, 1922 provided the world with the first glimpse of the most incredible burial treasure in existence. Krone pays homage to Tutankhamen with this superb, handcrafted writing instrument.
- Limited Edition of 388 fountain pens
- 14K gold nib
- The richly detailed barrel is painted with a meticulous Egyptian pattern, featuring royal, crimson, emerald and golden colors
- The tapered cap is wrapped with genuine papyrus and then delicately painted with a regal scene of Tutankhamen seated upon his throne
- At the top of the cap is a brass band inscribed with "Tutankhamen", which frames an Egyptian Circular Zodiac
- A bronze clip geometrically emulates the surrounding motif
- Centered within the band at the top of the barrel is one of the most interesting and unique artifacts from ancient Egypt, a piece of an Ushabti (carved figure, placed in a tomb, which protected the dead from perils in the afterlife) dating back to the Late Kingdom 26th Dynasty: 663-525 BC