We have a couple of wonderful 19th century mother of pearl pens belonging to my brother. Listing both today, sold separately. They're each the old coveted ones that hail from the boutiques of the Palais Royal, Paris (former palace of Cardinal Richelieu), and this one is the newer of the two, intricately carved old mother of pearl handle and the mid-Victorian era, c. 1860s-80s silk velvet covered pen box, both in very nice condition for age and type. Look for a 2nd one listed separately.
Very good to excellent condition for age and type. Still housed in it's original pen case, etui, which has protected it very well. The old hand carved ones are tough to find. The pen's original nib is in place and it's ready to use or display. I see no damage to report. Outer case, in silk velvet covering, has a few signs of age, primarily in the very predictable loss of nap. Measurements noted on the photos.
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