Omas Jerusalem Vermeil Limited Edition Fountain Pen
Listed here is a rare Omas pen, and possibly a prototype pen.
The example we currently stock has all the normal features of the Omas Jerusalem limited edition fountain pens, including the nib with the dedicated engraving, but is not numbered.
The cap and barrel of the fountain pen are made of a coral red resin, upon which rest heavy, cast sleeves with imagery dedicated to the 3000 years of history of the city of Jerusalem. Both sleeves bear the standard "925" hallmarkings for silver, but are gold coated. The fountain pen has an 18kt gold nib with special engravings, an ebonite feeder, and uses a piston filling mechanism.
The fountain pen comes in a standard OMAS Jerusalem 3000 box, not a box reserved for limited editions. The dedicated booklet that comes along with the standard packaging claims that Omas produced the Jerusalem in "100 pieces in platinum, 500 in gold, and 3000 in silver" thus adding to our suspicion that the vermeil may be a prototype pen.