The Iron Throne Pen is limited to 300 fountain pens and 300 rollerball pens in sterling silver with vermeil accents. The number 300 depicts the year of settlement of the last of the Targaryen kings in 300 AC. There will also be 7 fountain and rollerball pens made of solid 18k gold to represent the 7 kingdoms of Westeros. The fountain pen is piston-fed with an 18k gold nib engraved with the images of the coveted throne.
At the cap’s top, surrounded by the swords’ hilts, is the Game of Thrones logo. The pen’s barrel is fashioned in precious metal with the lost-wax casting technique. The barrel represents the saga through symbols evocative of the houses of Westeros. Details of the pen, from the Targaryan dragons to the Lannister lions, are enriched with flaming white celluloid.
To represent the intricacies and complexities of the Iron Throne itself, Montegrappa’s artisans have fashioned a cap formed of overlapping swords representing the seven kingdoms. Their hilts rise above the cap’s top to create a crown, the pommels and blades running the length of the cap itself. Standing proud is a sword that serves as the pocket clip, its hilt bearing a fiery red ruby.