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    Picasso 1997
Picasso 1997

At the beginning of the 1960's, Pablo Picasso chose three S.T. Dupont lighters to use in his art. In the Chinese lacquer surfaces, he engraved a Harlequin on one lighter and a Pierrot figure on another, as gifts for his son and daughter-in-law. Today, these lighters are part of the personal collection of Mrs Ruiz-Picasso. On the third lighter, which he gave to a friend, he engraved a faun, a recurring motif in Picasso's work which is often considered to be a form of self-portrait.

S.T. Dupont is proud that its objects were chose by such a prestigious artists and, to commemorate the occasion, has created the limited edition "faun" lighter.

The Picasso Limited Edition series are represented by: Jeroboam Table lighter (500pcs), Secret Carriage Clock (500 pcs), a pocket lighter (6000 pcs).

Picasso Carriage Clock

Picasso 1997 Picasso Carriage Clock

Picasso 1997

Picasso 1997

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