GRAF VON FABER-CASTELL Guilloche ballpoint pen

£185.00
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Product details



  • Graf von Faber-Castell ballpoint pen
  • Twist mechanism
  • Guilloche engraved, palladium-coated trims, engraved coat of arms and branding
  • Comes in a presentation box
  • Handmade in Germany
Product Code: 7594372
Ref: 381-86058452-145266

Specifications

Delivery and returns

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*Please note: if you add extra items to your basket, we may need to increase or change the delivery time to enable us to deliver all the items in your order in one go.

UK Delivery

  • Standard delivery

    £5.00

  • Nominated day

    £8.00

    Order by 6:00pm

  • Timed delivery

    £10.00

UK Click and Collect

  • Next day* collection at any of our stores

    FREE

    Order by 10:00pm

International

  • Europe Express

    £15.00

  • Rest of the World Express

    £25.00

FREE

Free unlimited deliveries for a year when you sign up to Selfridges

Returns

It's okay if you change your mind, we offer a 28 day returns policy, whether you purchased it in store or from the point you received or collected your online order.

For our online returns policy click here

Hailing from the revered mainline, Graf Von Faber-Castell is the luxurious label enlivening the art of writing. And the Guilloche pen is a tool to create written masterpieces: the hand-polished metal barrel is finished with a rhodium plating and the guilloche pattern is individually engraved, using a process usually reserved for jewellery and silver works. This means that no two instruments are the same and are completely unique.

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