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Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289
  • Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289
  • Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289
  • Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289
Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289
Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289 Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289 Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289
Montegrappa Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen, silver, piston filling system, LE 289
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Montegrappa Mysticum Cagliostro fountain pen silver, piston filling system, limited edition of 289 pieces

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Inaugurating Montegrappa’s new series, Mysticum, is a personality who embodies all that the worlds of the metaphysical and the mysterious encompasses. Mysticum celebrates that which occupies the spaces between the known and the unknown. Appropriately, to initiate its catalogue of notables, the first is a controversial figure encapsulating a mixture of notions from Hermetism, Alchemy, Kabbalah and Freemasonry. He is the legendary Count Cagliostro.

Count Alessandro di Cagliostro (1743–1795) was the alias of the occultist Giuseppe Balsamo. An Italian adventurer and magician, he became a glamorous figure associated with the royal courts of Europe, practising for them various occult arts, including psychic healing and alchemy. His origins are shrouded in mystery.

Cagliostro’s legacy, beyond the romantic attraction of leading a life full of

adventures, includes credit for the creation of the Egyptian Rite of the Free-masons and intensive work in the diffusion of Freemasonry, by opening lodges all over Europe and by introducing the acceptance of women into the community. Bringing the saga into the 20th century, notorious occultist Aleister Crowley believed Cagliostro was one of his previous incarnations.

To convey the trappings of the occultist, the Cagliostro Pen is decorated with images associated with the various mystical arts. The pen’s clip is crafted with the lost-wax casting technique representing the Caduceus and Cagliostro’s personal seal symbols, while the pen’s barrel and cap are a mixture of silver or gold cutwork and micro-milling. Among the sigils engraved on the pen are the “eye in the pyramid” associated with Illuminati, the square-and-compass of the Free-masons and the grid that represents the Tree of Life of the Kabbalah.

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