The Best of the Best 2003: Pens - Loiminchay

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The moderately sized, Art Deco–inspired Loiminchay Opus represents a departure from the pen maker’s previous collections of extra-large pens featuring Eastern design influences. Finished in black or cobalt blue lacquers, fitted with 18-karat two-tone gold nibs, and sporting a pearl at one end and a sapphire at the other, the $750 Opus is truly a jewel.

Loiminchay, 212.941.7488, www.loiminchay.com

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