Cloisonne is an enameling technique where thin strips of copper separate cells (or cloisons) of colored enamel. After the cells are filled with pigment and fired to fuse the enamel, the pens are polished, leaving the top of the copper wire exposed to create the outlines. The floral patterns on the pens can be found in the Smithsonian Museum’s collection.
Roller ball refills easily replaceable.
Note : To open pull cap straight out – do not twist the top off .