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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
2019 marks the 50th anniversary of NASA landing on the Moon. It represents one of mankind’s greatest achievements, defining the USA as the victor in the space race with an accomplishment to rank with Christopher Columbus discovering the New World.Inspired by the Apollo 11 mission that delivered astronauts to the lunar surface, in a licensed collaboration with NASA, Montegrappa has reproduced the iconic Saturn V rocket, interpreted as a writing instrument. To be offered as a fountain and a rollerball pen, the Moon Landing Collection made in white pearlised resin with sterling silver trim, adorned with enamel to reproduce a three-dimensional trompe-l’œil effect of the rocket body’s First, Second and Third “stages”.Around the First Stage are the legend “USA” the American national flag, laser-cut and enamel-filled in exquisite detail. The pen cap is structured to represent the Second Stage and the Apollo command module, with the silver “lost-wax” signature clip, cast in the form of the stairway structure supporting the rocket. Completing the realisation of a Saturn V in miniature, the blind cap is reproduced with the exhaust nozzles of the engines of the space-craft, detailed with red enamel.Available as a rollerball or fountain pen, the latter is piston-fed, and its nib is crafted in 18k gold. By turning the bottom part of the pen barrel sideways, the Saturn V pen opens up its mid-section, to reveal its inner filling mechanism, augmented by a lunette-aperture showing the ink inside.For the limited editions, Montegrappa has issued 363 fountain pens in resin and Sterling Silver, the number denoting Saturn V’s height in feet when standing vertically. 110 rollerball pens have been offered in resin and Sterling Silver, because the equivalent in feet of 363 ft is 110 meters. The Moon Landing Collection arrives in an enclosure in the form of an Apollo 11 capsule.The Montegrappa Moon Landing fountain pen has a 18kt gold nib and uses a piston 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 €6,750.00
Ex Tax:EUR €5,578.51
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Montegrappa Muhammad Ali 70th Birthday limited edition, for those who remember the stellar arrival of a young Cassius Clay over 50 years ago, with Golden Gloves and Olympics successes, for the legions of fans who followed his professional career as Muhammad Ali, yet another milestone has been reached. Seared into the collective memory as the devastatingly handsome, truly iconic sportsman, Muhammad Ali has just celebrated his 70th birthday. Our designers have created a work of art that we trust will observe the occasion in the most memorable way. The pen and accompanying cufflinks bear the official logo created by Muhammad Ali Enterprises for Ali’s 70th birthday, seen on the pen’s clip and the cufflinks’ face. It is a powerful red-and-black symbol in enamel, with the famous profile of Ali, arms raised in victory, framed by the “0” in “70”, the number positioned above the name: purely and simply, “Ali”. The fountain pen is piston-fed and boasts an 18K gold nib with ebonite feeder. The pen barrel is painted and signed by artist, Lorena Straffi, who has created a handsome portrait of Muhammad Ali in his prime, with fists raised. The cap’s end-piece bears the number 70 in a field of red, surrounded by laurel leaves, above the birthday badge on the pocket clip. Another detail sure to delight the fortunate wearer appears in the folding back-clips of the cufflinks: they are shaped like miniature boxing gloves. The Montegrappa Muhammad Ali 70th Birthday limited edition sterling silver set consist cufflinks in sterling silver and the fountain pen with silver trims, this set is limited up to 70 pieces worldwide. The golden set consist in solid 18K gold cufflinks and the fountain pen with golden trims, this set is limited up to 10 pieces worldwide. 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 €35,500.00
Ex Tax:EUR €29,338.84
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Montegrappa Muhammad Ali 70th Birthday limited edition, for those who remember the stellar arrival of a young Cassius Clay over 50 years ago, with Golden Gloves and Olympics successes, for the legions of fans who followed his professional career as Muhammad Ali, yet another milestone has been reached. Seared into the collective memory as the devastatingly handsome, truly iconic sportsman, Muhammad Ali has just celebrated his 70th birthday. Our designers have created a work of art that we trust will observe the occasion in the most memorable way. The pen and accompanying cufflinks bear the official logo created by Muhammad Ali Enterprises for Ali’s 70th birthday, seen on the pen’s clip and the cufflinks’ face. It is a powerful red-and-black symbol in enamel, with the famous profile of Ali, arms raised in victory, framed by the “0” in “70”, the number positioned above the name: purely and simply, “Ali”. The fountain pen is piston-fed and boasts an 18K gold nib with ebonite feeder. The pen barrel is painted and signed by artist, Lorena Straffi, who has created a handsome portrait of Muhammad Ali in his prime, with fists raised. The cap’s end-piece bears the number 70 in a field of red, surrounded by laurel leaves, above the birthday badge on the pocket clip. Another detail sure to delight the fortunate wearer appears in the folding back-clips of the cufflinks: they are shaped like miniature boxing gloves. The Montegrappa Muhammad Ali 70th Birthday limited edition sterling silver set consist cufflinks in sterling silver and the fountain pen with silver trims, this set is limited up to 70 pieces worldwide. The golden set consist in solid 18K gold cufflinks and the fountain pen with golden trims, this set is limited up to 10 pieces worldwide. 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 €5,900.00
Ex Tax:EUR €4,876.03
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
While fountain pens are intrinsically “retro” by nature, the technology has evolved over the millennium since the first pen appeared with its own ink reservoir first. The modern fountain pen has been refined to a state where contemporary materials, new inks and other advances have eliminated any operational issues, while the form has embraced everything from ornate commemorative pens to minimalist devices devoid of any protrusions. What has embodied the spirit of the fountain pen user of the 21st century is his or her respect for the art of writing, and the way that a fountain pen encourages the user to exercise care. Underscoring this is another level of appreciation: that of the aesthetic of the legendary pens of the 1930s. The key recreating the pens of the golden age is to apply these values to writing instruments that incorporate the niceties of modern construction, while retaining all of the virtues of the original. “Nazionale” is a model name that was a part of the Elmo catalogue, from the late 1930s. It oozes with Art Deco attitude, its colours evoking the era with exquisite tints and shadings. Now highly collectible, the Nazionale has inspired Montegrappa to revive it with a key feature not available eight decades ago. Nazionale returns, visually remaining entirely faithful to the original style, with this limited edition being produced in Amber celluloid, precisely as it was in the 1930s. The pen’s design is enriched with black resin details on its junctions and blind cap, the material being the superior modern substitute for ebonite, made without sacrificing the correct “look.” Trim is necessarily in Sterling Silver. Its mid-section metal ring is further engraved with the brand logo, while the pocket clip ends up with a decorative teardrop element, augmenting the vintage feel. What has changed is the nib, the most crucial functioning part of any pen, to ensure that its “write-ability” matches the expectations of the modern user. The new Nazionale, to be known as the Nazionale Flex, is so-named because it is fitted with a flexible nib that allows different types of hand-writing and calligraphic experiences to be performed with the same writing instrument by simply applying more pressure to the nib. For enhanced flexibility, the nib is made of 14k gold, and will be made available only in the grades of Extra Fine and Fine, as it accomplishes the rest on its own, according to how it is applied. The nib’s cut-out shoulders offer comfortable curving, for an enhanced writing experience. Also in keeping with the era during which the Nazionale was born, which predates cartridges, this fountain pen’s filling system is piston-only. Due to severely limited remaining quantities of the material that forms the Nazionale’s cap and body, Montegrappa will issue only 100 Extra Fine and 100 Fine Nazionale fountain pens. Its collectability is therefore assured. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €1,095.00
Ex Tax:EUR €904.96
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
While fountain pens are intrinsically “retro” by nature, the technology has evolved over the millennium since the first pen appeared with its own ink reservoir first. The modern fountain pen has been refined to a state where contemporary materials, new inks and other advances have eliminated any operational issues, while the form has embraced everything from ornate commemorative pens to minimalist devices devoid of any protrusions. What has embodied the spirit of the fountain pen user of the 21st century is his or her respect for the art of writing, and the way that a fountain pen encourages the user to exercise care. Underscoring this is another level of appreciation: that of the aesthetic of the legendary pens of the 1930s. The key recreating the pens of the golden age is to apply these values to writing instruments that incorporate the niceties of modern construction, while retaining all of the virtues of the original. “Nazionale” is a model name that was a part of the Elmo catalogue, from the late 1930s. It oozes with Art Deco attitude, its colours evoking the era with exquisite tints and shadings. Now highly collectible, the Nazionale has inspired Montegrappa to revive it with a key feature not available eight decades ago. Nazionale returns, visually remaining entirely faithful to the original style, with this limited edition being produced in black and white celluloid, precisely as it was in the 1930s. The pen’s design is enriched with black resin details on its junctions and blind cap, the material being the superior modern substitute for ebonite, made without sacrificing the correct “look.” Trim is necessarily in Sterling Silver. Its mid-section metal ring is further engraved with the brand logo, while the pocket clip ends up with a decorative teardrop element, augmenting the vintage feel. What has changed is the nib, the most crucial functioning part of any pen, to ensure that its “write-ability” matches the expectations of the modern user. The new Nazionale, to be known as the Nazionale Flex, is so-named because it is fitted with a flexible nib that allows different types of hand-writing and calligraphic experiences to be performed with the same writing instrument by simply applying more pressure to the nib. For enhanced flexibility, the nib is made of 14k gold, and will be made available only in the grades of Extra Fine and Fine, as it accomplishes the rest on its own, according to how it is applied. The nib’s cut-out shoulders offer comfortable curving, for an enhanced writing experience. Also in keeping with the era during which the Nazionale was born, which predates cartridges, this fountain pen’s filling system is piston-only. Due to severely limited remaining quantities of the material that forms the Nazionale’s cap and body, Montegrappa will issue only 100 Extra Fine and 100 Fine Nazionale fountain pens. Its collectability is therefore assured. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €1,095.00
Ex Tax:EUR €904.96
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
While fountain pens are intrinsically “retro” by nature, the technology has evolved over the millennium since the first pen appeared with its own ink reservoir first. The modern fountain pen has been refined to a state where contemporary materials, new inks and other advances have eliminated any operational issues, while the form has embraced everything from ornate commemorative pens to minimalist devices devoid of any protrusions. What has embodied the spirit of the fountain pen user of the 21st century is his or her respect for the art of writing, and the way that a fountain pen encourages the user to exercise care. Underscoring this is another level of appreciation: that of the aesthetic of the legendary pens of the 1930s. The key recreating the pens of the golden age is to apply these values to writing instruments that incorporate the niceties of modern construction, while retaining all of the virtues of the original. “Nazionale” is a model name that was a part of the Elmo catalogue, from the late 1930s. It oozes with Art Deco attitude, its colours evoking the era with exquisite tints and shadings. Now highly collectible, the Nazionale has inspired Montegrappa to revive it with a key feature not available eight decades ago. Nazionale returns, visually remaining entirely faithful to the original style, with this limited edition being produced in black and white celluloid, precisely as it was in the 1930s. The pen’s design is enriched with black resin details on its junctions and blind cap, the material being the superior modern substitute for ebonite, made without sacrificing the correct “look.” Trim is necessarily in Sterling Silver. Its mid-section metal ring is further engraved with the brand logo, while the pocket clip ends up with a decorative teardrop element, augmenting the vintage feel. What has changed is the nib, the most crucial functioning part of any pen, to ensure that its “write-ability” matches the expectations of the modern user. The new Nazionale, to be known as the Nazionale Flex, is so-named because it is fitted with a flexible nib that allows different types of hand-writing and calligraphic experiences to be performed with the same writing instrument by simply applying more pressure to the nib. For enhanced flexibility, the nib is made of 14k gold, and will be made available only in the grades of Extra Fine and Fine, as it accomplishes the rest on its own, according to how it is applied. The nib’s cut-out shoulders offer comfortable curving, for an enhanced writing experience. Also in keeping with the era during which the Nazionale was born, which predates cartridges, this fountain pen’s filling system is piston-only. Due to severely limited remaining quantities of the material that forms the Nazionale’s cap and body, Montegrappa will issue only 100 Extra Fine and 100 Fine Nazionale fountain pens. Its collectability is therefore assured. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €1,095.00
Ex Tax:EUR €904.96
Availabilty: Sold
While fountain pens are intrinsically “retro” by nature, the technology has evolved over the millennium since the first pen appeared with its own ink reservoir first. The modern fountain pen has been refined to a state where contemporary materials, new inks and other advances have eliminated any operational issues, while the form has embraced everything from ornate commemorative pens to minimalist devices devoid of any protrusions. What has embodied the spirit of the fountain pen user of the 21st century is his or her respect for the art of writing, and the way that a fountain pen encourages the user to exercise care. Underscoring this is another level of appreciation: that of the aesthetic of the legendary pens of the 1930s. The key recreating the pens of the golden age is to apply these values to writing instruments that incorporate the niceties of modern construction, while retaining all of the virtues of the original. “Nazionale” is a model name that was a part of the Elmo catalogue, from the late 1930s. It oozes with Art Deco attitude, its colours evoking the era with exquisite tints and shadings. Now highly collectible, the Nazionale has inspired Montegrappa to revive it with a key feature not available eight decades ago. Nazionale returns, visually remaining entirely faithful to the original style, with this limited edition being produced in Marble Green celluloid, precisely as it was in the 1930s. The pen’s design is enriched with black resin details on its junctions and blind cap, the material being the superior modern substitute for ebonite, made without sacrificing the correct “look.” Trim is necessarily in Sterling Silver. Its mid-section metal ring is further engraved with the brand logo, while the pocket clip ends up with a decorative teardrop element, augmenting the vintage feel. What has changed is the nib, the most crucial functioning part of any pen, to ensure that its “write-ability” matches the expectations of the modern user. The new Nazionale, to be known as the Nazionale Flex, is so-named because it is fitted with a flexible nib that allows different types of hand-writing and calligraphic experiences to be performed with the same writing instrument by simply applying more pressure to the nib. For enhanced flexibility, the nib is made of 14k gold, and will be made available only in the grades of Extra Fine and Fine, as it accomplishes the rest on its own, according to how it is applied. The nib’s cut-out shoulders offer comfortable curving, for an enhanced writing experience. Also in keeping with the era during which the Nazionale was born, which predates cartridges, this fountain pen’s filling system is piston-only. Due to severely limited remaining quantities of the material that forms the Nazionale’s cap and body, Montegrappa will issue only 100 Extra Fine and 100 Fine Nazionale fountain pens. Its collectability is therefore assured. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €1,095.00
Ex Tax:EUR €904.96
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
While fountain pens are intrinsically “retro” by nature, the technology has evolved over the millennium since the first pen appeared with its own ink reservoir first. The modern fountain pen has been refined to a state where contemporary materials, new inks and other advances have eliminated any operational issues, while the form has embraced everything from ornate commemorative pens to minimalist devices devoid of any protrusions. What has embodied the spirit of the fountain pen user of the 21st century is his or her respect for the art of writing, and the way that a fountain pen encourages the user to exercise care. Underscoring this is another level of appreciation: that of the aesthetic of the legendary pens of the 1930s. The key recreating the pens of the golden age is to apply these values to writing instruments that incorporate the niceties of modern construction, while retaining all of the virtues of the original. “Nazionale” is a model name that was a part of the Elmo catalogue, from the late 1930s. It oozes with Art Deco attitude, its colours evoking the era with exquisite tints and shadings. Now highly collectible, the Nazionale has inspired Montegrappa to revive it with a key feature not available eight decades ago. Nazionale returns, visually remaining entirely faithful to the original style, with this limited edition being produced in black and white celluloid, precisely as it was in the 1930s. The pen’s design is enriched with black resin details on its junctions and blind cap, the material being the superior modern substitute for ebonite, made without sacrificing the correct “look.” Trim is necessarily in Sterling Silver. Its mid-section metal ring is further engraved with the brand logo, while the pocket clip ends up with a decorative teardrop element, augmenting the vintage feel. What has changed is the nib, the most crucial functioning part of any pen, to ensure that its “write-ability” matches the expectations of the modern user. The new Nazionale, to be known as the Nazionale Flex, is so-named because it is fitted with a flexible nib that allows different types of hand-writing and calligraphic experiences to be performed with the same writing instrument by simply applying more pressure to the nib. For enhanced flexibility, the nib is made of 14k gold, and will be made available only in the grades of Extra Fine and Fine, as it accomplishes the rest on its own, according to how it is applied. The nib’s cut-out shoulders offer comfortable curving, for an enhanced writing experience. Also in keeping with the era during which the Nazionale was born, which predates cartridges, this fountain pen’s filling system is piston-only. Due to severely limited remaining quantities of the material that forms the Nazionale’s cap and body, Montegrappa will issue only 100 Extra Fine and 100 Fine Nazionale fountain pens. Its collectability is therefore assured. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €1,095.00
Ex Tax:EUR €904.96
Availabilty: In stock
While fountain pens are intrinsically “retro” by nature, the technology has evolved over the millennium since the first pen appeared with its own ink reservoir first. The modern fountain pen has been refined to a state where contemporary materials, new inks and other advances have eliminated any operational issues, while the form has embraced everything from ornate commemorative pens to minimalist devices devoid of any protrusions. What has embodied the spirit of the fountain pen user of the 21st century is his or her respect for the art of writing, and the way that a fountain pen encourages the user to exercise care. Underscoring this is another level of appreciation: that of the aesthetic of the legendary pens of the 1930s. The key recreating the pens of the golden age is to apply these values to writing instruments that incorporate the niceties of modern construction, while retaining all of the virtues of the original. “Nazionale” is a model name that was a part of the Elmo catalogue, from the late 1930s. It oozes with Art Deco attitude, its colours evoking the era with exquisite tints and shadings. Now highly collectible, the Nazionale has inspired Montegrappa to revive it with a key feature not available eight decades ago. Nazionale returns, visually remaining entirely faithful to the original style, with this limited edition being produced in black and white celluloid, precisely as it was in the 1930s. The pen’s design is enriched with black resin details on its junctions and blind cap, the material being the superior modern substitute for ebonite, made without sacrificing the correct “look.” Trim is necessarily in Sterling Silver. Its mid-section metal ring is further engraved with the brand logo, while the pocket clip ends up with a decorative teardrop element, augmenting the vintage feel. What has changed is the nib, the most crucial functioning part of any pen, to ensure that its “write-ability” matches the expectations of the modern user. The new Nazionale, to be known as the Nazionale Flex, is so-named because it is fitted with a flexible nib that allows different types of hand-writing and calligraphic experiences to be performed with the same writing instrument by simply applying more pressure to the nib. For enhanced flexibility, the nib is made of 14k gold, and will be made available only in the grades of Extra Fine and Fine, as it accomplishes the rest on its own, according to how it is applied. The nib’s cut-out shoulders offer comfortable curving, for an enhanced writing experience. Also in keeping with the era during which the Nazionale was born, which predates cartridges, this fountain pen’s filling system is piston-only. Due to severely limited remaining quantities of the material that forms the Nazionale’s cap and body, Montegrappa will issue only 100 Extra Fine and 100 Fine Nazionale fountain pens. Its collectability is therefore assured. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €1,095.00
Ex Tax:EUR €904.96
Availabilty: In stock
The distinctive features which have marked the history of the Montegrappa collections converge into the NeroUno collection albeit with more modern lines: the traditional octagonal shape sheers off into a slightly more conical line, the end of the barrel enriched with 1912 silver disk and the Montegrappa logo round the top of the cap, have come to be recognised as an outstanding signature. The characteristic rotating sphere at the tip of the clip has been reinterpreted.The Montegrappa NeroUno fountain pen has an 18kt gold nib and uses the cartridge/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. WhetherMontegrappa use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €620.00
Ex Tax:EUR €512.40
Availabilty: In stock
The modern and dynamic NeroUno Linea collection is proof that Montegrappa, the first Italian pen manufacturer, continues to amaze its devotees and admirers in almost a century of superb craftsmanship. NeroUno Linea is an evolution of the NeroUno collection that adds new, more contemporary and innovative details. Preserving Montegrappa’s original octagonal design, the refined mat resin now has an original 3D pattern created by a series of lines engraved on the conical barrel. This design, accented by smoky gray metal trim, gives NeroUno Linea an even more intriguing and distinctive look. The fountain pen has an 18 kt gold 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. WhetherMontegrappa use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €415.00
Ex Tax:EUR €342.98
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Montegrappa Parola collection. "Parola" is Italian for "word" - as appropriate a name for the "entry level" pen as Montegrappa could devise. Parola pays homage to the importance of the word. The Beatles sang, "Spread the word, and you'll be free". Be free". And thanks to both the spoken and the written word, mankind has evolved, progressing into a more refined and educated society. The word is to communication what air is to life: the core element. And Parola celebrates life. With Parola, the range has been broadened to appeal to a wider audience, resulting in a pen that is an ideal gift for the graduate, about to begin his or her career. Attractively price, Parola will appeal to the corporate client as well as the student, serving perfectly as an "everyday" pen, as well as a gift to be cherished. Parola's minimalistic look and the eye-catching color range were conceived to appeal all testes. Parola is elegant and classically-styled, unmistakably a creation of Montegrappa, yet it is youthful, lively and modern. Formed of resin and accented with polished metal details. It is Motegrappa pen to suit, well, everyone. And as the Beatles also sang, "But now I've got it, the word is good." The fountain pen has a 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 €160.00
Ex Tax:EUR €132.23
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Following the Montegrappa Quincy Jones Pen of 2013, the new model has been inspired by the ground-breaking song, “ Te Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite)”, composed by Quincy Jones with Al B. Sure!, James Ingram, El DeBarge and Barry White. Released as a single from Jones’s 1989 album, Back on the Block, the soul classic achieved the Number One position on the Billboard Black Singles chart for one week in 1990. It also reached Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, Number 26 on the Hot Adult Contemporary chart, and Number 67 on the UK Singles Chart. An unashamedly sexy love song, “Te Secret Garden” inspires the Montegrappa pen with a barrel bearing a man and a woman in an intimate position. The clip takes the form of the “secret key” with the three letters “TSG” ( for “The Secret Garden”) and a heart in the middle symbolising love, integrated skilfully into the shape. Crowning the cap is Quincy Jones’ “Q” symbol. Designed and developed with Quincy Jones’ active participation, the Montegrappa Secret Garden Pen is made of celluloid in gorgeous cora and purple hues. The model is available as a fountain pen and a rollerball pen, both in celluloid with sterling silver trim. The Montegrappa Secret Garden Fountain pen has a 18kt gold nib and use a cartridge/converter filling system. To complete the ensemble, Montegrappa has created a matching beaded bracelet in sterling silver and celluloid, and a jacket pin in sterling silver (both on request). Only 333 examples of each item are produced, provided in bespoke wooden boxes with lids made of several layers that form a shape reminiscent of a woman’s curves. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €2,395.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,979.34
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
An outsized pen of impressive girth, its voluminous body is made in burnished stainless steel. The “handle” segment of the body, or “barrel”, is crafted in a 4200-year-old bog-oak selected to match and complement the dark, earthy colours of the pistol-pen. Providing contrasting accents to its near-black presence are details fashioned in gold plated brass, to enrich the design in the manner of highlighted nails and bullet “heads”. Playing with the concept, Revolver contains 10 perfectly formed but utterly fake “bullets”, numbered from 0 to 9. As the name and form intimate, within the pen mechanism and discernible from the outside is an old-style gun’s drum, containing the bullet sockets. On the outside, there is a fully functional “trigger” that acts as a brake for the drum, a sardonic take on a game of Russian Roulette. Among the accessories provided with Revolver is the magnetically-fitted bullet “stick”, delivered with the pen, with which to extract the bullets. Another exceptional novelty for this limited edition is the unique filling system, the subject of an international patent, named the “POWER-PUSH mechanism” which acts like an automatic piston.  Revolver is treasured in a luxury wooden box, which also includes two ink- bottles in black and red colour. Playing With Guns! Says Montegrappa CEO Giuseppe Aquila, “Montegrappa is not in favour of weapons. Revolver, on the other hand, is an ironic toy for big boys. For those who, before the current era, played with toy guns when they were kids, simply spinning the drum is a nostalgic act and therefore stress-relieving. On an intellectual level, too, this pen satisfies because it is nothing less than a triumph of mechanical engineering and amusing functionality.” When not performing actual writing duties, the Revolver pen’s user may put the bullets inside the chamber using the special tool supplied with the pen and spin it until it stops. The user can extract each bullet and take note of its number; in this way, he (or she!) can create different combinations of numbers that can be played on a roulette table, at the lottery or other gambling games. Other possibilities include a “bloodless” game of the aforementioned Russian Roulette with one or more bullets. Endless are the ways you can use the Revolver pen: ingenuity is the only limitation. Revolver will be available only in a limited run of 300 fountain pens. The nib is made of 18k gold with an ebonite feeder and is offered in the grades of Fine, Medium and Broad. Whether intended for the gun collector, the pen aficionado or simply one who appreciates technical originality, Revolver will be certain to start conversations and inspire controversy. 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 €7,250.00
Ex Tax:EUR €5,991.74
Availabilty: 12 - 14 business days
Heralding a new series of pens from Italy’s oldest manufacturer of fine writing instruments is Samurai, the first model in the Warriors collection, aimed at the most passionate of pen enthusiasts. Conceived to recognise the most noble combatants throughout history, those who fought to change the course of human events, Warriors will feature the most significant and intriguing soldiers the world has seen. Japan’s near-mythical Samurai represent the essence of the honour and commitment exhibited by the most heroic of fighters. Samurai formed the military nobility and officer caste of medieval and early-modern Japan. An early reference in the first imperial anthology of poems dates the Samurai to the beginning of the 10th century. With their roots in provincial warrior bands, the early Samurai exhibited peerless military skills, while the culture extended to daily behaviour and discipline. Samurai were usually associated with a clan and their lord, or shogun, and were trained as officers in military tactics and grand strategy. Members of this warrior class rose to power in the 12th century and would maintain their position until the second half of the 19th century. Beyond their combative role, Samurai – influenced by Zen Buddhism – also produced practices that include the tea ceremony and flower arranging still performed in modern Japan. Representing an ideal not unlike the warriors of Sparta in ancient Greece, Samurai followed an unwritten code of conduct that would later evolve into Bushido. This code placed bravery, honour and personal loyalty above life itself: the Samurai practised ritual suicide by disembowelment (known as “seppuku” or “hara-kiri”) as an alternative to dishonour or defeat. During the last two-and-a-half centuries of the era of the Samurai, they formed a closed caste as part of an effort to maintain the social order. Although still allowed to wear the two swords emblematic of their position, most Samurai were forced to become civil bureaucrats or take up a trade. Japan’s evolution from a predominantly rural society to a more urban and mercantile entity during the early 18th century would eventually render the austere lifestyle of the Samurai redundant. With the opening of Japan to the West during the mid-19th century, the Samurai class lost its privileged position when feudalism was officially abolished in 1871. Samurai culture remains familiar both in Japan and around the world thanks to a variety of media. From computer gaming and graphic novels to the films of Kurosawa – most notably, his milestone Seven Samurai (1954) – and later epics including the TV series Shogun (1980), the figure of Japan’s greatest warrior class continues to fascinate us. The Samurai Pen A milestone in pen manufacturing, Montegrappa’s Samurai presents a design challenge like none seen before. Limited to only 177 pens in Sterling Silver, each one unique, and a further seven in solid Gold, the Samurai exists only as a fountain pen. It is filled through a patented, POWER-PUSH piston mechanism and fitted with an 18k gold nib. The pen resides in a luxurious black lacquered box, with the ancient Chinese character for “Samurai” printed on top. Inside one will find the Samurai “action-figure” pen, accompanied by a bottle of ink and a Katana-sword accessory that acts as a fully-functional paper-cutting knife. The pen itself is a masterpiece of burnished silver, a “truthful” model of an ancient Samurai suit of armour made by cutting-edge developments of the ancient lost-wax technique, with certain design elements further embellished with rose gold-plated details. Continued examination of this work of art will reward the observer with a plethora of minuscule delights. Montegrappa’s artisans have reproduced the traditional “kuwagata” helmet, the “sode” shoulder and “kote” sleeve armour and the “tekko” arm and “suneate” thigh guards with the utmost accuracy and precision. The warrior’s “kusazuri” skirt is reproduced in multi-layered, embroidered fabric. A rare combination of writing instrument and decorative figurine, the Samurai’s cap forms the head, breast and arms of the soldier. The pen barrel comprises the figure’s lower limbs and the writing component’s juncture. Adding to the unparalleled intricacy, the hands and waist armour are hinged, so they are detachable, as are the limbs, for moving respectively. Both a thing of beauty and a functional object with the sophisticated appeal of a working miniature, the Samurai pen will prove as captivating as the noble warrior that inspired it.  Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €12,000.00
Ex Tax:EUR €9,917.36
Availabilty: Available from December
On 20 November 1820, a mighty sperm whale bull rammed and sank the American whaler, Essex. Her fateful final voyage made global news, and inspired Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick. Two centuries later, Montegrappa has joined forces with Sea Shepherd to recount an epic sea battle, and highlight mankind’s continued assault on ocean life. Victory of the Whale is a collaboration between Montegrappa and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, the organisation dedicating itself to ending the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world’s oceans, in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species. Handmade from mahogany, vintage bronze and vivid Mazzucchelli celluloid, each pen is nostalgic in stature but revolutionary in posture. The top-tier fountain pens and rollerballs are each made in limited editions of 200 hundred, pieces to mark the bicentenary of the Essex sinking, and the unsung whale that brought about her demise. A sperm whale provides the all-Italian design with the motif for a pocket clip suspended above a raging sea of sculpted bronze. For the casting of these signature elements, Sea Shepherd helped Montegrappa recover material from the propeller of its former flagship – the M/Y Steve Irwin. The incorporation of recycled bronze is a tactile link to years of front-line activism. Beneath, a black band flies the group’s notorious Jolly Roger ensign – a defiant last line of defense between whale and whaler. Montegrappa has been manufacturing the world’s most magical pens in the same artisanal factory for more than a century. Combining luxurious materials, high craftsmanship and unrivalled writing pleasure, the independent maker’s quality and individualist flair make it a firm favourite of dignitaries, creatives and collectors...
EUR €2,875.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,376.03
Availabilty: In stock
Sentimental, practical and irresistibly charming. These are the ingredients that make up the newest addition to the Montegrappa Professions collection. The Montegrappa Teacher’s Pen is a lasting token of appreciation for those who give so much to shape our children’s futures.Teachers deserve so much more than a fleeting gesture of thanks. For those who dedicate their lives to sharing knowledge, Montegrappa has created a tool to cherish and use in professional life. Containing delightful references to apples, academia and classroom ambience, key schoolyear occasions like end-ofterm, graduation and National Teachers’ Days now have the consummate gift.The Montegrappa Teacher’s pen embodies several permanent and daily reminders of the special bond between teacher and pupil. The entire product package works on elevating this relationship with timeless looks, heartfelt sentiment and lasting performance. For teachers, tutors and instructors, a journey of delight begins from the moment of unboxing the Montegrappa Teacher’s Pen:A presentation box with the look and feel of a handbound book bears the inscription “The best teacher in the world” within a freehand apple motif. High-quality resin body finishes evoke timber classroom furniture and green chalkboard. A barrel motif realised in mock-chalk quotes the inspirational Malala Yousafzai. An apple-shaped enamel pin inscribed with “#1” is included as a bonus gift – a way to stay close to the moment when working with chalk rather than ink.The design is based on the Elmo 01 – a compact, all-round silhouette that recalls the early 20th century, when Bassanomade fountain pens were widely used in Italian learning institutions.The barrel inscription quotes the human rights activist, Malala Yousafzai. Malala’s bravery captivated the world and made her the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014.Giving apples to teachers is a tradition that dates back in 18th century Scandinavia, but Bing Crosby implanted it in popular culture with his 1939 hit “An Apple for the Teacher”International Teachers’ Day falls on October 5 – a day recognised by many countries on a national level. The Montegrappa Teacher’s Pen can be given either by individuals or class groups.The Montegrappa Teacher's Pen is offered as a cartridge or converter-fed fountain pen, roller and ballpoint. The fountain pen’s nib is inscribed with the Montegrappa filigree pattern and is available in several writing grades. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €265.00
Ex Tax:EUR €219.01
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Obvious timekeeping functions and references make Montegrappa Time & Brain a magnet for watch aficionados. But this final instalment in the Richard Restak trilogy of pens embodies a much larger purpose for a much wider audience.The art of maximising the present appeals to all with an interest in time management, self-improvement and the creative process. Together with its companion book, Montegrappa Time & Brain offers a tool for introspection – providing insights and ideas that become more absorbing with every use.Montegrappa Time & Brain follows Brain (2013) and Memory (2016) as the final limited edition made in collaboration with the distinguished neurologist, Dr. Richard Restak.Alongside its many overt references to time, Montegrappa Time & Brain is conceived on an oblique set of design codes that reveal the hidden complexity of the present as a station between the future and past. The act of writing allows us to escape the here and now, and reorder information into valuable, fulfilling memories.An unconventional triple-section barrel refers to the three phases of time. The 3mm height of its separator ring represents three seconds – the cut-off point at which all humans have a shared perception of time.The miniature hourglass housed within the blindcap is made of high tempered glass and measures a timespan of approximately three seconds – an analogy for the present.The three pillars protecting the hourglass represent stimuli, memories and focus – the cognitive processes that feed our complex interpretation of time.Visual references to time include a pendulum clip, sundials, and figures expressing circum diem and circadian time. Each intersects with representations of the brain to emphasise how we influence and are influenced by timeThe underlying theme of Time & Brain is that writing offers an escape from the abstract rhythms of time…an opportunity to engage with the present moment to obtain greater inner happiness.An accompanying 104-page book written by Richard Restak exposes the human relationship with time and provides a 9-step guide to time management and happier living.Dr. Restak is a Clinical Professor of Neurology at George Washington University in Washington D.C. and the author of more than 20 books about the human brain.The Montegrappa Time & Brain pen will be offered as a limited edition consisting of 300 silver rollerball pens and 300 fountain pens. Italy's first pen manufacturer, Montegrappa, began manufacturing pens in 1912 in its factory in Bassano del Grappa - a picturesque town along the Brenta River, which flows through Alpine foothills in northeastern 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 they use colors reminiscent of the master painters or ornamentation suggestive of Baroque palaces, the Italian heritage and romance is infused into each product...
EUR €3,500.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,892.56
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