Fortuna Shemà Israel (Jewish) Broad Point Fountain Pen

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Fortuna was once the Goddess of Fortune, the personification of success in line with the traditional Romans. Fortuna’s identity as the embodiment of chance events was once closely tied to virtus, or strength of character. Public officials who lacked this quality invited sick-fortune on both themselves and Rome. At Montegrappa, we imagine that success is indisputably linked to virtue, at the same time as education is the basis onto which a person develops and nurtures his or her innate talents. We also imagine that hand-writing is an very important component of the education process and an indispensable serve as, even in these days’s hurried, digitised society. Because of this, now we have created the Fortuna collection, with an eye to those that still indulge within the pleasure of writing. It’s our wish that these pens will engender the nice success that they deserve. With Fortuna Credo, Montegrappa has applied the similar sense of destiny to the good monotheistic religions that supplanted the ones of the traditional civilisations. Credo Shema Yisroel can pay tribute to the prayer as part of spiritual culture. The barrel of the writing instrument is decorated with engraving of the prayer Shema Yisrael (Hebrew ,עַמְׁש`Pay attention ‘), proclaiming the principle idea of Judaism – the unity of God and the indissoluble union of the Jewish other people with God. It translates into, “Hear, O Israel, the Lord Our God, The Lord In One.” At the cap is the Star of David. Opening it reveals the word for life in Hebrew and a pattern of interlaced Stars of David, at the same time as the barrel also features an engraving of a palm branch, a classic symbol of peace. The nib of the fountain pen is decorated with engraving of the Star of David

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