Visconti (company)

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Visconti
Industry Retail
Founded Florence (1988 (1988))
Headquarters Florence, Italy
Key people
  • Dante Del Vecchio
  • Luigi Poli
Products
Website www.visconti.it

Visconti is an Italian company manufacturer of fine fountain pens, ball pens, rollerball pens and other products are jewels, watches, accessories. The company was founded in 1988 in Florence by Dante Del Vecchio and Luigi Poli, collectors of fountain pens for many years. Their products represented the rediscovery and relaunch of celluloid as material for fountain pens. In 2009, Visconti reached a deal with Coles of London (actually based in Florida), whereby Coles became the official distributor of Visconti products in the United States. Together, they have recently launched a range of new products, including the Rembrandt Collection, Divina Royale range, and the limited-edition Templari.[1]

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  1. ^ Stylus, Winter 2010 p.44-48

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