The Montegrappa Harry Potter: Hogwarts Limited Edition is expertly made by the craftspeople behind the world’s most magical writing instruments. And thanks to Montegrappa, the world’s most famous School of Witchcraft and Wizardry now has a pen worthy of the most powerful writers.
For more than two decades, the adventures of Harry, Ron and Hermione have enchanted the world. To honour the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Montegrappa has gone to extraordinary lengths to bring new powers of magic to writing. Precious metal artistry encases a writing instrument of the highest qualifications. Harry Potter: Hogwarts L.E. uses a dazzling array of artisanal techniques to combine many of the writing world’s most luxurious materials.
The sterling silver edition comprises 142 fountain pens and rollerballs respectively – a reference to the number of staircases that can be found inside Hogwarts castle. The 18K gold editions consists of seven fountain pens and four rollerballs, representing the school’s seven floors and four student houses.
• All four Hogwarts houses are represented on the cap and barrel in low-relief engraving and guilloche, illuminated with vivid enamel matching each house.
• The banners and mottos of Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin are engraved in the blind cap.
• A pen of great power must be treated with reverence. A red cabochon on the crown channels the alchemy and immortality of the Philosopher’s (or Sorcerer’s) Stone.
• Lost wax casting reproduces the Hogwarts coat of arms on each face of the barrel. The famous crest is also the centerpiece of the deluxe, solid wood display case.
• Made under licence, Harry Potter: Hogwarts L.E. spearheads a collection that also includes the Harry Potter: House Colours series, and a selection of inks and pen cases.
Montegrappa’s Harry Potter collection is made under licence to Warner Bros Entertainment and uses official art from the blockbuster movie franchise.
Italy's first pen producer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa in Italy. Utilizing natural celluloid and precious metals,Montegrappa combines traditional methods such as die-casting with more recent innovations as low-relief engraving to form their precious art objects. Whether Montegrappa use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product.