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ProductGroup:The MET

  • The MET - Chinese Tiger Rank Badge Rollerball

    This 18th century Chinese rank badge with tiger is officially joining the Retro51 x The Met collection! In the Ming and Qing dynasty, badges like t...

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  • The MET - Tudor Armor Rollerball

    This regal pen by Retro51 pays tribute to an impressive suit of armor (1586) made in the royal workshops at Greenwich under the direction of master...

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  • The MET - Van Gogh Wheat Fields & Cypresses Rollerball

    Vincent van Gogh’s Wheat Field with Cypresses joins the Retro51 x The Met collection. Cypresses gained ground in Van Gogh’s work by late June 1889 ...

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  • The MET - Tiffany Favrile Rollerball

    Tiffany's Favrile Tornado rollerball pen recalls an iridescent Favrile glass vase (ca. 1900) with a peacock feather motif, produced by the Ti...

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  • The MET - Iznik Garden Blue Birds Rollerball

    The Iznik Garden Rollerball by Retro51 reproduces a stonepaste dish in The Met collection and originally crafted in the Turkish town of Iznik, whi...

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  • The MET - Louis C. Tiffany Favrile Parrots Rollerball

    This licensed rollerball will bring a colorful light to your writing. It is based on a leaded Favrile window, Hibiscus and Parrots (ca. 1910–20), ...

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  • The MET - Kandinsky Rollerball

    The Vasily Kandinsky Rollerball Pen features this Russian artist's colorful abstract work from his Kleine Welten (Small Worlds) (1922) portfolio. E...

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  • The MET - Geometric Rollerball

    The Geometric Pen is decorated with elegant design inspired by Islamic architectural elements. Each writing instrument has a brass barrel with gold...

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  • The MET - W. Morris Blackthorn Rollerball

    The "Blackthorn" pattern was designed by textile artist William Morris during the Arts and Crafts Movement of the 19th century. Several colors have...

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