It is pleasant to consider that the stamp (in the traditional, “office” sense) is just one of the working tools. As a rule, all stamps look the same: a faded plastic base, a barely noticeable image of the country’s coat of arms on the black cap. Working with such a seal is a boredom.
The stamp is made by famous masters from Zlatoust – a find for a person who is looking for a gift to a leader or colleague. Decorated with intricate engraving, jewelry stones and gold-plated stamp will successfully complement the interior of the workspace and emphasize the taste and status of the owner.
The case and handle are carved from nephrite – the most durable ornamental stone that is difficult to crack. Beneficial properties of nephrite have been known for many millennia ago. Taking the stamp in your hands, you will feel a surge of strength and a charge of vivacity. The stamp fitting and platform are cast from metal. The surfacd is decorated with patterns using the Zlatoust metal engraving technique. Nickel plating, gilding and precious stone inlays emphasize the beauty of the design and details.
For the second century in a row, the Zlatoust metal engraving is an original and rare kind of Russian craft. It was born at the beginning of the 19th century as a way of decorating author’s edged weapons made at the Armory founded by decree of Emperor Alexander I.