One of the luxury brand’s really successful pieces in their collection is the exclusive Titanic-DNA watch which had a two-and-a-half year waiting list back in 2004 when the watch was launched.
The Swiss watchmaker has now introduced a follow-up series of writing instruments which was inspired by numerous elements from the Titanic. There will be a variety of pens within this range, each made of different materials and with a limit of 88 pieces available for each variant.
According to Vialuxe, the pens are “presented in a variety of materials, including palladium, brass, PVD, stainless steel or gold, each Romain Jerome Titanic-DNA shows off a charming array of elements that are taken from the constructive features of ships, including rivets, a propeller, and a wheelhouse steering gear, which operates a propeller that draws ink into the pen nib; this latter feature is visible through a sapphire glass porthole. The barrel of each Romain Jerome Titanic-DNA writing object is adorned with a ring of oxidized steel, which is a fusion between actual material from the sunken vessel, and steel obtained from the Harland & Wolff shipyards, where the RMS Titanic was built”.