12 Most Expensive Pens In The World
Thursday, May 19, 2016, 8:00 am
In the past, humans used to write using quill pens. A quill pen is made using birds' feathers. People used to dip the quill in the ink and write on parchment. Quills were replaced by ink brushes and dip pens. Fountain pens started to appear from the 10th century. In the 17th century, two inventors John J. Loud and Laszlo Biro invented the modern ballpoint pen, which we all use today. There are mainly four types of pens that exist in the world today. They are ballpoint pen, rollerball pen, fountain pen and marker.
How much does a pen costs? A few dollars, right? Now, how much does a premium pen costs? Check these 12 most expensive pens in the world for an answer! Prepare yourself to see some mind-blowing numbers!
#6 Caran D'Ache La Modernista Diamonds Pen - $265,000
Caran d'Ache strikes again with their La Modernista Diamonds Pen that was released in 1995 at the Paris Pen Show. With 5000 Weselton diamonds, 100 rubies and an 18 carat rhodium coated gold nib, designer Antoni Guadi did a great job paying tribute to Spanish craftsmanship. This beauty sells for $265,000.Report