atlas penholderby Jac Zagoory
- the story
Weight of the World
Already got enough on your shoulders? Then get some support from this pewter
Atlas designed by Jac Zagoory. Let him bear the burden
of holding your prized pen in his palms. A dramatic, eye-catching desk
accessory, this Atlas can do double
duty as a paperweight. You'll appreciate the details of this weighty piece,
from his sculpted biceps to
the protective felt pieces under the rounded base. Great gift for grads,
dads or anyone whose desk could use a mythological touch. Horizontal Pen sold separately. Made in the USA.
This item has been discontinued. When it sells out, it will no longer be available. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.
- Item ID
- Made from
- 3" H x 4" W
- hand polish.
- the maker
As an artist, Jac Zagoory revels in the rare and unique, creating desktop accessories with a new dimension of form and grace.
Educated in jewelry design and fabrication at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, Zagoory found early inspiration as a metal sculptor applying essential elements of design to his creations. After spending a year in the Far East and Europe, he began his "cylindrical obsession" with pens, which finds roots in his extensive background in design and his ability to extend the importance of art into everyday life.
Realizing the growing need for desk accessories that not only created order but also highlighted the individual, the artist began designing an extensive assortment of desk accessories that exist as art in and of themselves. With his vision, the office, the home and the desk have become places where great beauty melds with function--where art complements art. collection
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