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David Oscarson | Black Water Dragon Collection
Produced in four primary color variations, each with gold vermeil, each is limited to 88 pieces (combining Fountain Pen and Rollerball styles). Dating back to 3000 BC, the Chinese Dragon is the ultimate symbol for good fortune. It is also a symbol for power, happiness, immortality, procreation, fertility and activity. While mythical in nature, the Dragon is revered as the most sacred of animals, possessing divine power to cause rain and thunder, to control floods and to rule over lakes, rivers and seas. The Chinese proclaim themselves Descendants of the Dragon and throughout the ages the Dragon has been portrayed as the symbol of the Chinese race. The Year of the Dragon takes place every 12 years. According to the Chinese calendar, 2012 is a strong Water year. Since the color of Water in the Chinese Astrology Five Elements System is related to Black, 2012 is a Black Water Dragon year. The Water Dragon is less selfish and opinionated than the other Dragons. He is more inhibited and less power-hungry. He makes a good negotiator as he knows when, where and how to apply pressure. In Chinese mythology, everything connected with the Dragon is blessed. The Dragon looks like a snake and has no wings, although it is believed that he can fly. Dragons live under the surface of the earth and only visit the world in the second month of the Chinese calendar. The Black Water Dragon incorporates multiple levels of Guilloche engraving and a combination of translucent and opaque Hard Enamel. The entire body of each pen is first cut down to the level of the background, leaving the ancient Chinese symbol for water in either a mid or high relief. Translucent and Opaque Hard Enamels are repeatedly kiln-fired and filed by hand, resulting in the beautiful and enduring finish of true Hard Enamel. The luxurious 18kt Oscarson nib enhances the fountain pen, available in M, F and B widths. Cartridge/converter fill.

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Onyx Black finish - Fountain Pen shown
David Oscarson
Black Water Dragon Collection
Onyx Black
Pen Type: Fountain Pen
Our Price: $5,800.00

Nib Size

Onyx Black finish - Rollerball shown
David Oscarson
Black Water Dragon Collection
Onyx Black
Pen Type: Rollerball
Our Price: $5,600.00
Ruby Red finish - Fountain Pen shown
David Oscarson
Black Water Dragon Collection
Ruby Red
Pen Type: Fountain Pen
Our Price: $5,800.00

Nib Size

Ruby Red finish - Rollerball shown
David Oscarson
Black Water Dragon Collection
Ruby Red
Pen Type: Rollerball
Our Price: $5,600.00

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