Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé
Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé
Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé
Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé
Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé
Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé
Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé
Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé

Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé

Regular price
$300.00
Sale price
$300.00

Nib: 14k  Fine

The Parker 75 Sterling silver Cicelé  design - 1968 crosshatch or grid pattern with Plain tassies ( First edition ).
The converter is the original "squeeze-fill” a new sac has been installed.
Condition Pre-owned.  There are no major imperfections to note: No chips cracks or engravings or any signs of faults or major surface wear.

 

The Parker "75" was designed by Kenneth Parker (son of the founder George Parker) and the designer extraordinaire, Don Doman.  The pen was finished in 1963, though, Parker's 75:th anniversary) The section has a conformed grip. The new pen was destined to be produced for thirty years. Kenneth Parker used to say. He borrowed the grid pattern from his cigarette case, made by a London silversmith. Parker decided on sterling (a very pure) silver. During manufacturing the pens were made in smooth silver into which was later cut lines and a type of stain was added in the cracks to highlight the rectangular plates. This made the grid-patterned silver pen only to grow more beautiful with time. The gold clip and trim wrapped up the design. the new pen, called Sterling Cicelé