Renzetti 1909 - Craftmasters in Milano - has named its new writing instrument collections with its city's peculiar attractivenesses.
Corso Como is a street close to downtown, that has considerably changed in the beginning of twenty-first century. It currently is a pedestrian zone and one of the main areas of Milan's nightlife: famous discos, lounge bars and restaurants, showrooms, exhibitions and galleries.
Rhodium is a noble metal,
The Renzetti's Corso Como ballpens are long and slender, rhodium plated, engraved with Guillochè geometrical engravings that make them bright and precious.
A full-rhodium model, and a Soft-touch model, with mat black grip, soft to the touch.
Length: cm. 14
Very similar, but with shorter grip, is the via Turati ballpen:
a historic stret that starts from Piazza Cavour and ends in Piazza della Repubblica, crossing Via Moscova.
Also the Via Turati pen is rhodium plated, and decorated with Guillochè engravings.
Length: cm. 11,6