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ACME Studio Circles Etched Pen by Verner Panton

Designed: 2011 Circles Roller Ball Pen PVP06/R Material: Acid etched chrome plated steel with hand inlaid lacquer. ACME Writing Tools equipped with roller ball components use German manufactured Schmidt ink refills. (Fine point, non-drying). VERNER PANTON, (1926-1998), trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, and initially worked at Arne Jacobsenïs architectural practice. He established his own design office in 1955. Panton is credited with the design of the very first single-form injection- moulded plastic chair: the Stacking Chair, designed in 1960. Some of Panton?s other renowned chair designs include the Heart Chair, and the Cone Chair, designed in 1958 and 1959, respectively. Packaged in a stylish presentation case. Small bio card attached to the pen, providing biographical information about each pen’s designer.

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ACME Studio Circles Etched Pen by Verner Panton

“Circles” Roller Ball Etched Pen, designed by Verner Panton comes from ACME Studio’s New Collection of Etched Pens. The design is etched into the pen and painted with a lacquer. The pen comes with one black roller ball refill. Artist’s signature is engraved on the cap band and “ACME” is on the clip. It is presented in an black ACME metal box with a black sleeve.

VERNER PANTON, (1926-1998), trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, and initially worked at Arne Jacobsen´s architectural practice. He established his own design office in 1955. Panton is credited with the design of the very first single-form injection- moulded plastic chair: the Stacking Chair, designed in 1960. Some of Panton’s other renowned chair designs include the Heart Chair, and the Cone Chair, designed in 1958 and 1959, respectively.