The David Oscarson End of Days Sapphire Blue with Opaque Hard Enamel Medium Fountain Pen. It happens simplest each and every 26,000 years; the Galactic Alignment, where the Earth’s Winter Solstice Sun passes in the course of the Dark Rift of the Milky Manner, marking the top of the thirteen-Baktun Cycle within the Mayan Long-Count Calendar.
Produced in five color variations, each and every limited to an aggregate production of 52 pieces
The 2012 Collection continues within the spirit of artistic mastery and the tradition of Old World craftsmanship by combining the centuries-old technique of Guilloché with the art and expertise of Hard Enamel. The use of a mortar and pestle, a composition of glass, water and metal oxides is ground for hours by hand. When settled, the water is got rid of, leaving the fine paste that may be the root for hard enamel. A quill is then used to use each and every coat of the mix to the skin of the metal, making sure that all the guilloché space is totally covered in enamel. The parts are then fired in a furnace at temperatures exceeding 1,000° F, fusing the enamel to the metal and forming a layer of glass.
After cooling, the items are manually ground with a diamond file, restoring their right kind form and surface. This tedious process is repeated at length till the extent of enamel reaches the depth required to hide the peaks and fill the valleys of each and every intricate guilloché pattern. When the general stages of firing are completed, the items are polished and buffed, revealing the velvet finish of translucent hard enamel.
Production of translucent hard enamel demands the perfect levels of patience, enjoy and talent.
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