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Drifa Pen & Notebook

Code: 50783
Filled with tiny crystals, a shimmering pen recalling the old Norse word 'Drifa', meaning a flurry of snow and conjuring visions of the Snow Queen's palace which, in Hans Christian Andersen's tale, is described as having 'walls...of driving snow, and the windows and doors of cutting winds'; the Queen herself is enthroned upon a frozen lake, the icy shards of which Gerda has to use to spell the word 'eternity' in order to free Kay from a curse. Slim handbag pen decorated with 1 Austrian crystal with twist-nib and black ink.

Pen: metal barrel with plastic.
14cm long.
Notebook: faux leather.
10 x 7cm, 100 colourful blank pages.
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Standard UK Delivery: 4.99.
Delivery is within 3-5 working days and may require a signature on receipt.
Next-day Delivery: 9.99.


Trusted independent customer feedback.

simple but attractive, and useful too.
Handy for notes in my handag
It was a gift from Culture Vulture. Good enough.
Looks gorgeous - a bit of colour and a bit of sparkle - nice combination.
Pretty useless notebook and no pen.
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