SK Customs partners with Springfield Armory, marking a new era by launching the very first engravers model 1911 with the Early Italian Renaissance Series. The fourth and final gun in the series is a tribute to the works of Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, generally known as Raphael. The Early Italian Renaissance Series symbolizes the turn of the 15th century, marking a cultural rebirth, focusing on classical knowledge, art, and humanism that sparked innovations in painting, sculpture, and architecture.
Each firearm in the Early Italian Renaissance Series offers a limited edition of only 250 units. The final gun in this collection features engravings of Raphael’s artworks. Coming to life on this firearm, “The Garvagh Madonna,” “The Three Graces,” and “The Miraculous Draught of Fishes” capture the essence of Raphael’s timeless creations for art enthusiasts and firearm collectors alike.
SK Customs uses proprietary color conversion to create a pastel rose color, which is highly reflective and permanent. The firearm wears genuine imported Italian Olivewood grip panels engraved with Italy’s Fleur De Lis, which are hand-painted to match the pastel rose accents on the slide.