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Jack Row to debut ‘Jaali’ and ‘City’ collections of Luxury Writing Instruments at Goldsmiths

Andrea Divirgilio / September 4, 2012

Award-winning British crafts-person and designer with foremost aim to produce innovative, beautiful and extraordinary products which are valued as objects d’art, as much as functional items, Jack Row is known for his elegant writing instruments and accessories. Working exclusively in platinum, gold, silver, and utilizing precious gemstones, Row artistically uses traditional goldsmithing skills with the modern technology to craft incredible artefacts. This Birmingham based graduate who successfully launched his ‘Architect’ collection of precious metal fountain pens with Harrods last year, will now showcase ‘contemporary treasures’; his new collection of luxury British writing instruments at Goldsmith’s Fair, which is an ultimate one stop destination for those seeking out artistic jewelry by the most exciting British independent-makers.

Jack Row to debut ‘Jaali’ and ‘City’ collections of Luxury Writing Instruments at Goldsmiths

Jack Row to debut ‘Jaali’ and ‘City’ collections of Luxury Writing Instruments at Goldsmiths

Following graduation from the Birmingham School of Jewelry, this 26-years old designer who established his brand last year, has now introduced his exclusive ‘Jaali’ and ‘City’ collections, along with other one-off art pieces and fine jewelry, at Goldsmith’s Fair from 24 to 30 September, in London.

Jack Row to debut ‘Jaali’ and ‘City’ collections of Luxury Writing Instruments at Goldsmiths

Each piece of the Jack Row’s newest collection of luxury fountain pens and cufflinks have been exclusively handcrafted in Britain from 18ct gold and solid sterling silver, and set with precious petrol-blue diamonds.

Jack Row to debut ‘Jaali’ and ‘City’ collections of Luxury Writing Instruments at Goldsmiths

For this collection, Jack Row drawn its design inspiration from the geometric patterns of historic Islamic art, which is translated into the Jaali latticed screens, which are the characteristics of Moghul Indian architecture. Each of the pens also features a solid 18ct gold nib, although all of the designs are also available as a roller-ball version.

Also, check-out the top 10 world’s most expensive writing instruments.

Via: JackRow

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