elvis blue suede shoes 1956 limited edition rollerball
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The Blue Suede Shoes Roller Ball Pen is part of ACME Studios Elvis Collection of Limited Edition Pens. This pens design was inspired by the classic Elvis song Blue Suede Shoes.
Once the edition sells out, no others will be made. The pen is 5 38 inches long with the cap closed, chrome accents and the edition number engraved on the cap band. It uses roller ball components and Schmidt ink refills (one included) and is offered in an custom Elvis Presley metal presentation case. Numbered edition 415/1956
Edition Finished: Sep 2011
ACME Studios was founded in Los Angeles in 1985 by Adrian Olabuenaga and his wife, Lesley Bailey. ACME made its first appearance with a limited edition collection of jewelry designed for them by Peter Shire, the LA-based member of the world renowned Memphis Group. Soon after the initial debut, ACME released a large collection of over one hundred pieces, MEMPHIS DESIGNERS for ACME, with the help of writer Barbara Radice and designer architect, Ettore Sottsass. Many pieces from this collection are now in the permanent collections of museums around the world (the Denver Art Museum and Brooklyn Museum of Art in the United States). The entire series is in the permanent collection of the Groninger Museum in Holland. Metal barrel Hand applied lacquer finish over brass. Metal-to-metal threading
Comfortable weight and shape 5.4 x 0.5 x 0.5 inches Convert your Acme pen to a fountain pen with the conversion kit (available under acme fountain pen nib/reservoir converter)