Antonio Canova

Sculptural splendour




The daughters of Zeus symbolise beauty, elegance and mirth in Antonio Canova’s ‘The Three Graces’. The Venetian sculptor’s neoclassical masterpiece is the subject of a limited edition formed from the dust of finest Carrara marble into a writing implement of rare splendour and grace. A clip evoking the pleated drapes of Canova’s models completes a piece made to delight the ancient Gods.

Material: Marble Flour, Resin
Trim: Bronze
Nib: 18k Gold
Filling system: Piston
Packaging: Special
Included: Ink Bottle (50ml)
Length: 140 mm
Diameter: 16.9 mm
Weight: 63.90 gr



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Antonio Canova (1 November 1757 – 13 October 1822) was an Italian sculptor famous for his work in marble. Often regarded as the greatest of the neoclassical artists, his work was inspired by the Baroque and the classical revival, but made more contemporary by dispensing with the melodrama of the former and adding a human element to the latter.

Antonio Canova 331

Antonio Canova 332


Recalling the visual presence of Canova’s sculptures, the marble element is naturally grey. According to legend, Canova would pass over the freshly-chiselled, once-white stone with a cloth soaked with water, the same one used to wash the sculpting tools. The stone would absorb the dirt and acquire a more natural look.