In 2011, Pelikan launched the small Toledo (710) in silver with much success, so that the large model 910 is now following suit. The art of working with Damascus steel goes back thousands of years. It means that steel or iron objects are decorated by engraving a pattern into the surface. This technique was brought by the Arabs into Spain. In the year 1931, Pelikan launched the
OMAS Ellas LE, XF Nib. With this Limited Edition Omas celebrates Greek art. On the cap is skilfully recreated the Corinthian style votive monument erected by Lysicrates to celebrate his victory while the grandiose Laocoon sculpture dominates the barrel. The clip of the pen is one of the columns of the votive monument, a daring technical solution to give the pen as a whole that purity of line typical of classical art. Drat, and double drat; it is not mine!