Pencil Holder Pininfarina Codex

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  • Only the correct letter sequence of the 10 rotary discs opens the cylinder.
  • Highest craftsmanship by Pininfarina. Limited to 500 pieces worldwide. Individually numbered and engraved.
  • Exquisitely handcrafted collector’s item. Exclusive eye-catcher. And a meaningful gift.

A secret hiding place with mystical charm.

Only those who know the code can unlock the chamber.

Take a look at this unusually cylindrical sculpture made of strangely marked, matt silver-coloured aluminium elements and fine walnut wood. No one would ever think that the mysterious item is in fact a fascinating pencil holder. Based on the well-known cryptex from the film “The Da Vinci Code”.
Only the correct letter sequence of the 10 rotary discs opens the cylinder.
Set correctly, the notches interlock exactly. This is the only way to open the chamber. And only then does it reveal what is inside.
Highest craftsmanship by Pininfarina. Limited to 500 pieces worldwide. Individually numbered and engraved.
An exquisite rarity that combines a sophisticated technique, mystical charm and the greatest expertise of craftsmanship. Only the highest quality, elegant materials (including wood from the Riva manufactory) are used. The limited number of 500 pieces commemorates the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci (1519).
Exquisitely handcrafted collector’s item. Exclusive eye-catcher. And a meaningful gift.
The pencil holder is 23.5cm (9.3") long and measures 6.3cm (2.5") in diameter. The chamber is 16.5cm (6.5") long and measures 2cm (0.8") in diameter. Weighs 2.12kg (4.7 lbs). The code can be found on the card supplied. Only this code reveals the secret. Made of walnut wood and aluminium. Easy to wipe clean with a soft cloth. Handmade in Italy.

Exquisite contents: The Pininfarina Ethergraf® pencil worth £85
A pencil that never needs to be sharpened, that never goes blunt? Almost. The secret of the “eternal” walnut pencil hidden inside the box is its Ethergraf® metal tip. It oxidises when it comes into contact with paper, but does not leave any marks on clothing or in your pocket. The historical model for this special tip was the silver pencil – a popular drawing instrument used by da Vinci and contemporaries such as van Eyck, Holbein and Dürer.

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