Ruby & Diamond Fountain Pen Is Worth $595K

Ruby & Diamond Fountain Pen Is Worth $595K
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The man with a penchant for luxury deserves only the most unique of gifts. If you seek a Christmas gift to woo the man who has a taste for all things luxurious, then the unique Ruby and Diamond fountain pen is definitely the best choice.

The exquisite pen on offer by M.S. Rau Antiques is adorned with 150 carats of invisible set Burma rubies and 15.00 carats diamonds. The pen is hand crafted and its body and nib are made from platinum and 18k white gold.

Promising to make a signature style statement for your man, this luxury writing instrument is truly a class apart. The pen will set you back by a cool $595,000.

But money is not a problem when it comes to wooing the man of your dreams this Xmas. So go ahead and surprise him with this extraordinary writing instrument. To place your order click here.

Tom Cooper | Elite.

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