Kilk designers have utilized the concept of the “curve in its own tension,” which is widely preferred in traditional Eastern arts, in the form of the Orient Fountain Pen. After a long debate on whether this curve is natural or not, the ends of this form have been crowned with a sharp cut from both ends of the pen.
The geometric pattern inspired by the sunflower petals on the body is a manifestation of this perspective towards the East.
Taking inspiration from classic fountain pen shapes, Celestial Fountain Pen stays true to this concept in its body design by incorporating geometric forms that highlight celestial themes found in silver jewelry.
The traditional “wheel of fortune” geometric shape on the silver cap finial represents the 12 zodiac signs. The twelve-sided geometric pattern, commonly encountered in the Eurasia and Middle East, also depicts the same celestial theme.
“Camera Laterna” is the name given to the projector machines in cinema halls, meaning “bright room.” The body design of our pen draws inspiration from the lenses of these machines, crafted with intricate details. The body band is adorned with countdown frames, while the clip is reminiscent of a film strip.
The most eye-catching feature of the Camera Laterna pen is the rotating film reel on the cap, often described by pen enthusiasts as a “stress relief toy.” With the finest craftsmanship in silverwork, our pen is presented to the delight of pen lovers.
Although the Turkish baroque style stands out as a style influenced by Europe, it distinguished it from its contemporaries due to its unique nuances.
This is a reference to the ornamental style of Baroque Model fountain pen. The floral ornaments on the silver bracelet and cover wedge are inspired by the Dolmabahçe Palace, the pearl of the Bosporus.