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There are two small villages in the Italian countryside around Modena and Reggio Emilia, where the tradition of wood carving and inlay put their roots back in the Eighteenth century. Here, in Rolo and Novellara, carpenters of peasant origins are not simple wood workers, yet specialised craftsmen integrating technical and artistic mastery: they are cabinetmakers whose reputation has been going beyond Italian borders and whose handiworks have been commissioned from local nobles and rich North-European countries since then. D-Parmy, a small firm sticking to Rolo’s and Novellara’s fine arts to produce their fountain pens, fits in the background of this excellence tradition. You can now have their precious works of art by Giardino Italiano.

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