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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.

Availabilty: 12 - 14 business days
A minimalist hero pen receives a vivid makeover with the launch of Montegrappa's Elmo 01 Fantasy Blooms collection. Montegrappa’s minimalist 1920s reissue is one of the most exciting entry-level pens released in recent years. Now, a selection of brilliant pearlised finishes brings extra dash of window-presence and pocket/purse-appeal to one of the market’s trendiest silhouettes. A century of Bauhaus and work of an early technological pioneer are the subjects of an Italian-made pen sure to please fans of every day carry. Montegrappa is best known for designing pens beyond the fantasies – and budgets – of the average handwriting enthusiast, but the Italian company’s latest release sees a return to its more modest roots and the vision of its original co-founder, Heinrich ‘Elmo’ Helm. The factory that today produces the world’s most indulgent pens was, from 1912 to 1928, leading the charge to democratise writing. Back then, portable pens were an emerging technology fraught with problems and still seeking wide acceptance as tools of knowledge and networking. Helm was the company’s first technical director – a figure with an industriousness and optimism reminiscent of today’s tech entrepreneurs. His know-how and charisma inspired the fledgling company to name its first products after him, and Elmo pens would go on to be mainstays of Italian offices and schools for decades to come. The Montegrappa Elmo 01 is a compact, all-round pen that recalls the international style popularized by Bauhaus throughout the 1920s. During that era, Helm would steer his company away from the archetypes of dipping pens and design new solutions that catered for contemporary lifestyles. Portability, reliability and efficiency were his mantra. Handmade from resin and stainless steel, it brings robust, all-round performance, honest simplicity and a century of know-how to prestige stationery. The Elmo 01 fountain pen has a stainless steel nib and uses a cartrdige/converter filling mechanism. 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...
EUR €210.00
Ex Tax:EUR €173.55
Availabilty: 12 - 14 business days
A minimalist hero pen receives a vivid makeover with the launch of Montegrappa's Elmo 01 Fantasy Blooms collection. Montegrappa’s minimalist 1920s reissue is one of the most exciting entry-level pens released in recent years. Now, a selection of brilliant pearlised finishes brings extra dash of window-presence and pocket/purse-appeal to one of the market’s trendiest silhouettes. A century of Bauhaus and work of an early technological pioneer are the subjects of an Italian-made pen sure to please fans of every day carry. Montegrappa is best known for designing pens beyond the fantasies – and budgets – of the average handwriting enthusiast, but the Italian company’s latest release sees a return to its more modest roots and the vision of its original co-founder, Heinrich ‘Elmo’ Helm. The factory that today produces the world’s most indulgent pens was, from 1912 to 1928, leading the charge to democratise writing. Back then, portable pens were an emerging technology fraught with problems and still seeking wide acceptance as tools of knowledge and networking. Helm was the company’s first technical director – a figure with an industriousness and optimism reminiscent of today’s tech entrepreneurs. His know-how and charisma inspired the fledgling company to name its first products after him, and Elmo pens would go on to be mainstays of Italian offices and schools for decades to come. The Montegrappa Elmo 01 is a compact, all-round pen that recalls the international style popularized by Bauhaus throughout the 1920s. During that era, Helm would steer his company away from the archetypes of dipping pens and design new solutions that catered for contemporary lifestyles. Portability, reliability and efficiency were his mantra. Handmade from resin and stainless steel, it brings robust, all-round performance, honest simplicity and a century of know-how to prestige stationery. The Elmo 01 fountain pen has a stainless steel nib and uses a cartrdige/converter filling mechanism. 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...
EUR €210.00
Ex Tax:EUR €173.55
Availabilty: In stock
A minimalist hero pen receives a vivid makeover with the launch of Montegrappa's Elmo 01 Fantasy Blooms collection. Montegrappa’s minimalist 1920s reissue is one of the most exciting entry-level pens released in recent years. Now, a selection of brilliant pearlised finishes brings extra dash of window-presence and pocket/purse-appeal to one of the market’s trendiest silhouettes. A century of Bauhaus and work of an early technological pioneer are the subjects of an Italian-made pen sure to please fans of every day carry. Montegrappa is best known for designing pens beyond the fantasies – and budgets – of the average handwriting enthusiast, but the Italian company’s latest release sees a return to its more modest roots and the vision of its original co-founder, Heinrich ‘Elmo’ Helm. The factory that today produces the world’s most indulgent pens was, from 1912 to 1928, leading the charge to democratise writing. Back then, portable pens were an emerging technology fraught with problems and still seeking wide acceptance as tools of knowledge and networking. Helm was the company’s first technical director – a figure with an industriousness and optimism reminiscent of today’s tech entrepreneurs. His know-how and charisma inspired the fledgling company to name its first products after him, and Elmo pens would go on to be mainstays of Italian offices and schools for decades to come. The Montegrappa Elmo 01 is a compact, all-round pen that recalls the international style popularized by Bauhaus throughout the 1920s. During that era, Helm would steer his company away from the archetypes of dipping pens and design new solutions that catered for contemporary lifestyles. Portability, reliability and efficiency were his mantra. Handmade from resin and stainless steel, it brings robust, all-round performance, honest simplicity and a century of know-how to prestige stationery. The Elmo 01 fountain pen has a stainless steel nib and uses a cartrdige/converter filling mechanism. 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...
EUR €210.00
Ex Tax:EUR €173.55
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Two unique finishes – Ocean and Charcoal – have been carved from blocks of recycled plastic packaging. Dense and rigid, they are materials that prompt us contemplate the full life-cycle of the things we touch. A century of Bauhaus and work of an early technological pioneer are the subjects of an Italian-made pen sure to please fans of every day carry. Montegrappa is best known for designing pens beyond the fantasies – and budgets – of the average handwriting enthusiast, but the Italian company’s latest release sees a return to its more modest roots and the vision of its original co-founder, Heinrich ‘Elmo’ Helm. The factory that today produces the world’s most indulgent pens was, from 1912 to 1928, leading the charge to democratise writing. Back then, portable pens were an emerging technology fraught with problems and still seeking wide acceptance as tools of knowledge and networking. Helm was the company’s first technical director – a figure with an industriousness and optimism reminiscent of today’s tech entrepreneurs. His know-how and charisma inspired the fledgling company to name its first products after him, and Elmo pens would go on to be mainstays of Italian offices and schools for decades to come. The Montegrappa Elmo is a compact, all-round pen that recalls the international style popularized by Bauhaus throughout the 1920s. During that era, Helm would steer his company away from the archetypes of dipping pens and design new solutions that catered for contemporary lifestyles. Portability, reliability and efficiency were his mantra. Handmade from resin and stainless steel, it brings robust, all-round performance, honest simplicity and a century of know-how to prestige stationery. The Elmo fountain pen has a stainless steel nib and uses a cartrdige/converter filling mechanism. 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...
EUR €310.00
Ex Tax:EUR €256.20
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Two unique finishes – Ocean and Charcoal – have been carved from blocks of recycled plastic packaging. Dense and rigid, they are materials that prompt us contemplate the full life-cycle of the things we touch. A century of Bauhaus and work of an early technological pioneer are the subjects of an Italian-made pen sure to please fans of every day carry. Montegrappa is best known for designing pens beyond the fantasies – and budgets – of the average handwriting enthusiast, but the Italian company’s latest release sees a return to its more modest roots and the vision of its original co-founder, Heinrich ‘Elmo’ Helm. The factory that today produces the world’s most indulgent pens was, from 1912 to 1928, leading the charge to democratise writing. Back then, portable pens were an emerging technology fraught with problems and still seeking wide acceptance as tools of knowledge and networking. Helm was the company’s first technical director – a figure with an industriousness and optimism reminiscent of today’s tech entrepreneurs. His know-how and charisma inspired the fledgling company to name its first products after him, and Elmo pens would go on to be mainstays of Italian offices and schools for decades to come. The Montegrappa Elmo is a compact, all-round pen that recalls the international style popularized by Bauhaus throughout the 1920s. During that era, Helm would steer his company away from the archetypes of dipping pens and design new solutions that catered for contemporary lifestyles. Portability, reliability and efficiency were his mantra. Handmade from resin and stainless steel, it brings robust, all-round performance, honest simplicity and a century of know-how to prestige stationery. The Elmo fountain pen has a stainless steel nib and uses a cartrdige/converter filling mechanism. 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...
EUR €310.00
Ex Tax:EUR €256.20
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Creating a future classic is a challenge, but all of the ingredients are there for the latest Montegrappa writing instrument – especially thanks to the material that provides its name: Extra Argento. A completely new premium family, Extra Argento joins the limited edition catalogue and is a lineal descendent of Montegrappa’s hugely successful signature creation, the Extra 1930. Like that masterpiece’s form, the silhouette of the Extra Argento is classically elegant and voluptuous. Unlike the Extra 1930, though, which is made of celluloid, the new collection is produced entirely in 100% polished Sterling Silver. Notable, too, is that the Extra Argento provides, for the first time, a luxury pen in the ballpoint category, the range adding this popular type of ink source to the choice of fountain pen and rollerball. The new range will be produced in a limited edition of 1912 unique items per each model. To ensure the broadest appeal, the piston-fed fountain pen is offered with its 18k gold nib in the three popular grades of Fine, Medium and Broad. Extra Argento offers a style reminiscent of hand-tooled hunting shotguns and the Art Deco cigarette lighters of the 1920s, thanks to the pen’s enveloping body adornment: diamond-cut guilloché engraving. The herringbone tweed motif adds a somewhat vintage and chic gentleman’s feel, a sense of movement and texture unique to each model, adding to the joyful tactility one finds in a superior writing instrument. Extra Argento’s beauty is further enhanced by the pen cap, a simple polished silver plate inviting personalisation with custom designs, monograms or initials. Extra Argento is therefore inherently the choice of the individualist who appreciates the added value of a bespoke style, as applied by our craftsmen. 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.  ..
EUR €1,900.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,570.25
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Extra 1930 collection by Montegrappa, inspired by a model from the Thirties, was created to meet the taste for those who love precious objects, with traditional lines and original selection of colours and designs. Respecting the values of Montegrappa, the Extra 1930 combines the innovation of its state-of-the-art technical solutions with the tradition of its aesthetic choices. Setting off the precious metal detailing, the colours of the precious celluloid selected for the Extra 1930 were inspired by models from the Montegrappa Museum. Extra 1930 is presented in an elegant box of ash wood which, for the fountain pen, includes a Montegrappa ink bottle. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold nib and uses the piston filling system. 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.  ..
EUR €1,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €991.74
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Extra 1930 collection by Montegrappa, inspired by a model from the Thirties, was created to meet the taste for those who love precious objects, with traditional lines and original selection of colours and designs. Respecting the values of Montegrappa, the Extra 1930 combines the innovation of its state-of-the-art technical solutions with the tradition of its aesthetic choices. Setting off the precious metal detailing, the colours of the precious celluloid selected for the Extra 1930 were inspired by models from the Montegrappa Museum. Extra 1930 is presented in an elegant box of ash wood which, for the fountain pen, includes a Montegrappa ink bottle. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold nib and uses the piston filling system. 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.  ..
EUR €1,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €991.74
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
For Montegrappa, the Extra 1930 embodies all of the brand’s strengths and qualities. It is a timeless form that defines all that an ideal writing instrument should be. In its ninth decade, it remains the conclusive statement of Montegrappa’s prowess and stands proud as the symbol of Italy’s oldest manufacturer of fine pens. And classic though it may be, the Montegrappa Extra 1930 has yielded variants which add to its history, by virtue of new materials, new colours, new attitudes. Since its inception, the Extra 1930 has employed celluloid in its cap and barrel construction. In the modern world, some of the most exciting developments relate to alternative materials and fresh applications. Carbon fibre has changed the way designers consider everything from automobiles to audio equipment, while silicon ceramics and titanium have invigorated the watch industry. In recognition of the appeal – both visual and practical – of cutting-edge materials, Montegrappa is pleased to announce the Extra Hi Tech. A contemporary version of the classic Montegrappa Extra 1930 made with materials prized for their technological merit, the Extra Hi Tech features a dimpled cap and blind cap in solid aluminium. All trims, including the cap band, grip section, ring, thread and clip, with signature Montegrappa rolling ball end-piece, are fashioned from titanium. The barrel is formed of carbon fibre. The final item exudes a sense of utter modernity. Owing to the nature of the chosen materials, the Extra Hi Tech offers a lighter weight than its siblings. It thus presents itself as the perfect writing tool for those who write for long periods, for whom any extra heft might be prohibitive. Once experienced, the sense of lightness and balance prove irresistible.  Tradition returns with the working elements: the Extra Hi Tech fountain pen is cartridge- and converter-fed, and is fitted with solid 18K gold nib with ebonite feeder. Challenging to manufacture, instantly desirable, the Extra Hi Tech will be offered as a limited edition of 250 fountain pens and 250 rollerball pens only. 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.  ..
EUR €1,900.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,570.25
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Extra 1930 collection by Montegrappa, inspired by a model from the Thirties, was created to meet the taste for those who love precious objects, with traditional lines and original selection of colours and designs. Respecting the values of Montegrappa, the Extra 1930 combines the innovation of its state-of-the-art technical solutions with the tradition of its aesthetic choices. Setting off the precious metal detailing, the colours of the precious celluloid selected for the Extra 1930 were inspired by models from the Montegrappa Museum. Extra 1930 is presented in an elegant box of ash wood which, for the fountain pen, includes a Montegrappa ink bottle. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold nib and uses the piston filling system. 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.  ..
EUR €1,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €991.74
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Extra 1930 collection by Montegrappa, inspired by a model from the Thirties, was created to meet the taste for those who love precious objects, with traditional lines and original selection of colours and designs. Respecting the values of Montegrappa, the Extra 1930 combines the innovation of its state-of-the-art technical solutions with the tradition of its aesthetic choices. Setting off the precious metal detailing, the colours of the precious celluloid selected for the Extra 1930 were inspired by models from the Montegrappa Museum. Extra 1930 is presented in an elegant box of ash wood which, for the fountain pen, includes a Montegrappa ink bottle. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold nib and uses the piston filling system. 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.  ..
EUR €1,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €991.74
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Extra 1930 collection by Montegrappa, inspired by a model from the Thirties, was created to meet the taste for those who love precious objects, with traditional lines and original selection of colours and designs. Respecting the values of Montegrappa, the Extra 1930 combines the innovation of its state-of-the-art technical solutions with the tradition of its aesthetic choices. Setting off the precious metal detailing, the colours of the precious celluloid selected for the Extra 1930 were inspired by models from the Montegrappa Museum. Extra 1930 is presented in an elegant box of ash wood which, for the fountain pen, includes a Montegrappa ink bottle. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold nib and uses the piston filling system. 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.  ..
EUR €1,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €991.74
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Extra 1930 collection by Montegrappa, inspired by a model from the Thirties, was created to meet the taste for those who love precious objects, with traditional lines and original selection of colours and designs. Respecting the values of Montegrappa, the Extra 1930 combines the innovation of its state-of-the-art technical solutions with the tradition of its aesthetic choices. Setting off the precious metal detailing, the colours of the precious celluloid selected for the Extra 1930 were inspired by models from the Montegrappa Museum. Extra 1930 is presented in an elegant box of ash wood which, for the fountain pen, includes a Montegrappa ink bottle. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold nib and uses the piston filling system. 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.  ..
EUR €1,495.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,235.54
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Extra 1930 collection by Montegrappa, inspired by a model from the Thirties, was created to meet the taste for those who love precious objects, with traditional lines and original selection of colours and designs. Respecting the values of Montegrappa, the Extra 1930 combines the innovation of its state-of-the-art technical solutions with the tradition of its aesthetic choices. Setting off the precious metal detailing, the colours of the precious celluloid selected for the Extra 1930 were inspired by models from the Montegrappa Museum. Extra 1930 is presented in an elegant box of ash wood which, for the fountain pen, includes a Montegrappa ink bottle. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold nib and uses the piston filling system. 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.  ..
EUR €1,495.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,235.54
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The first-ever Montegrappa carved from stone combines mystique and engineering intrigue. It is made from lapis lazuli - a mineral mined in the mountains of Afghanistan for more than 6,000 years. Its deep-blue tone and golden flecks have made it an object of desire for many civilisations: the ancient Egyptians revered its healing properties and celestial appearance. Lapis lazuli is described in ancient references as sapphirus or sapphire and is a material used in both traditional and contemporary jewellery. Preparing the stone for the Extra Otto Sapphirus required the development of special diamond-cutting techniques and a carbon-fibre core for strength and lightness. The edition of 192 pieces represents the chapters comprising the Book of the Dead: works of ancient Egyptian literature describing transition to the afterlife. Rose gold-plated sterling silver trims feature the Montegrappa insignia between figures of the Eye of Horus and winged scarab. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold nib (EF, Fine, Medium, Broad, or Stub 1.1mm) and ebonite feed and uses the piston filling system. 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...
EUR €2,750.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,272.73
Availabilty: 12 - 14 business days
Since its reissue in 1999, the Montegrappa Extra’s vintage contours have become a favourite of the writing cognoscenti. And now Montegrappa’s flagship pen strikes a new pose with an innovative new material: sterling silver is combined with immaculately carved Montegrappite artisanal resin. The organic, burgundy veins of the Vinum Atrum material symbolise the channelling of centuries-old wisdom. This pen is available in strictly limited quantities: 100 rollerballs and 250 fountain pens. The fountain pen uses Montegrappa’s patented click-wheel piston fill mechanism. Famous Verses The Extra Verses pays tribute to the sages of ancient Rome, whose wise verses continue to offer guidance for modern life. Their ancient wisdom is passed down the generations, providing strength and direction in moments of doubt. Proverbs from the minds of great Latin thinkers provide the inspiration for a this writing instrument by Montegrappa. Their intellectual eloquence is depicted in the sterling silver capband, which recites Latin verses from the minds of Horace, Cicero and Seneca: Protinus vive (Live in the now), Historia magistra vitae (History is the teacher of life), Vivere est cogitare (To live is to think) and Carpe diem (Seize the day). A deluxe burgundy presentation case accompanies the Extra Verses and features a lid inlay bearing a montage of Ancient Rome’s most enduring verses. About Montegrappa 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.  ..
EUR €990.00
Ex Tax:EUR €818.18
Availabilty: 12 - 14 business days
After 70 years at the vanguard of design and engineering, Formula 1 speeds into the writing arena with Montegrappa. The limited-edition F1 Seventy is a dynamic, high-tech rebuild of one of the Italian marque’s most thrilling designs. The race never stops. Time to hit fast forward. Formula 1 Nothing compares to the experience of Formula 1®. Ever since its debut race at Silverstone in 1950, motorsport’s biggest prize has consistently served up sport’s most intoxicating mix of speed, high performance and human courage. F1 Seventy Montegrappa’s designers were charged with creating a writing instrument that captures the 70 years of constant progress of Formula 1. The result is a radical fusion of ideas that adds agility, grip and trackside authenticity to front-row writing performance. Every handmade example is individually numbered and certified up to a maximum of 100 rollerballs and 100 fountain pens. The fountain pen is fitted with solid 18K gold custom F1 nib and uses Montegrappa’s proprietary piston filling system. Ultra-light and ultra-strong. The F1 Seventy’s body is housed in handcrafted titanium and carbon fibre: perfectly aligned with high-precision finishing and state-of-the-art writing. The Montegrappa name is a promise of grand-prix performance. Official F1 branding The F1 Seventy is officially sanctioned by the world’s premier motorsport championship, and brandishes the F1 logo in red enamel on the finial disc and fountain pen nib. Official commemorative F1 Seventy branding is etched into its cap and barrel. About Montegrappa 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...
EUR €4,750.00
Ex Tax:EUR €3,925.62
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Montegrappa Felicitá is a more compact version of the popular Fortuna. The Felicitá is smaller and ideal for any pocket, purse, hand luggage and other holders with limited or reduced space. With a unisex design that is clean and modern, the Montegrappa Felicitá is also better suiten for the female hand than many full-sized pens. Because it’s shorter than the full-sized Fortuna, Felicita’s dimensions ideally suit the space in a lady’s clutch. Felicitá’s cap and barrel are formed of delicately pearlised resin, with a choice of four colours: Sugar Pink Dust, Ocean Jellybon, Red Velvet and Caramel Gold. All are trimmed in stainless steel. The collection features on its cap end the 1912 monogram of Montegrappa, while the brand logo is laser-cut on the cap band. Montegrappa Felicitá is offered in all three of the most popular forms fountain pen, rollerball and ballpoint to suit every writing style and preference. The fountain pen has a stainless steel nib and uses standard, international cartridges or a converter. 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.  ..
EUR €205.00
Ex Tax:EUR €169.42
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