28.01.2017 - 31.01.2017 — Hall: 6.1 Stand: D 22A
The writing instruments manufacturer BOSSERT & ERHARD is located in the Enzkreis of Baden-Württemberg and is known for its long-standing competence in the production of high-quality writing instruments made of solid sterling silver and gold as well as for its independent design.
In 1919, the German pen manufacturer designed and developed the first own model of a pencil case. The BOSSERT & ERHARD brand was known worldwide in the 60s by producing the four-color pencil "BOSCOLOR" and the "EBOS" ballpoint pen.
Today, the brand has 3 types of writing instruments, all made of solid 925 sterling silver or 18 carat gold: the fountain pen, exclusively with a massive 18 carat gold pen, the rollerball with cap closure and the ballpoint pen.
In their own manufacture writing instruments with a perfect aesthetics and unique processing methods are created. The technique of guillocheing and engraving precious metal, which has been applied for nearly 100 years in the company, is applied to all products.
The brand is tirelessly striving for new and innovative ways of refining writing utensils, while always preserving the traditional art of craftsmanship. It is the so-called "Passion for Progress", on which the company culture is based. All writing instruments are exclusively produced in strictly limited or small series and are thus popular all over the world for collectors and lovers of high-quality writing instruments.
The product lines "DIAMOND" and "OAK" with a worldwide limited edition of 99 pieces each as a fountain pen with 18 kt gold feather as well as a rollerball will be the focus of the presentation this year. From the solid 925 sterling silver bar and not from the usual pipe used in the industry, the product components are elaborated, embellished and created with traditional as well as innovative techniques, structures and designs in an elaborate process. A quality test is carried out after each individual processing step in order to take account of the 10-year guarantee promise.