Edison just released his newest Limited Edition Collier in this beautiful Black Rose acrylic finish. It is gorgeous, and I’m swooning. It’s this rich, dark rose and black mix, there’s brown and burgundy and reddish and amber and when you turn it in the light, you can really see how much depth is in the material.
There are 150, each numbered. We have some pretty good numbers, nice and early, but unfortunately we aren’t able to take any special requests!
These are going to be a bit more expensive than the regular Production line Colliers due to the cost of the material. Brian Gray from the Edison Pen Company talks more about that in his video which I’ve linked below. It’s $159 USD, and we’re selling it for $206.50 CAD with the exchange rate.
As usual, these pens take their No. 6 nib, and you can always purchase spare nibs to get a different size if you need to. It takes a standard international long or short cartridge, but it comes with a converter to use bottled ink. You can also convert this to an eyedropper with the help of a little silicone grease, which I’m all about. You can find the pens on our site here. With Limited Editions it’s sometimes a bit hard to predict how fast they’ll go, although this is a really gorgeous material.
Jon and I have been having some “friendly” debate over whether or not I get to keep one, since they are such a limited edition. So if you get No.18, you’ll know I lost the debate…