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The Graf von Faber-Castell “Pen of the Year” Edition has carved out a special position for itself amongst connoisseurs of fine writing culture. The design is inspired by epoch-making works and personalities. After Catherine the Great with “Catherine Palace, St. Petersburg” and Frederick the Great with “Sanssouci, Potsdam”, the trilogy is now complete with Empress Maria Theresa with “Schloß Schönbrunn, Vienna”. The fates of these three extraordinary ruling figures were very closely linked. As daughter of Emperor Karl VI and heir to the throne, Maria Theresa took over the regency of the large Habsburg Empire in 1740. She lost the region of Silesia to the Prussian King, her lifelong rival, not least because of the neutrality of Catherine. However in the end, Maria Theresa was able to ensure almost complete territorial integrity of her monarchy. In 1736, Maria Theresa married Francis Stephen of Lorraine (Franz Stephan von Lothringen), whom she knew and treasured from childhood. This was a marriage of love, which was very unusual for the time. The ruling couple spent the summer months in Schönbrunn Palace, which Maria Theresa had specially renovated. This magnificent building became the cultural and political centre of the Habsburg Empire. Important matters were decided there, and lively celebrations were also held. In addition, Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, among others, appeared at the palace theatre. After 29 years of a happy marriage, Maria Theresa lost her beloved husband unexpectedly in 1765. She furnished his former study with things that were the most precious to them both, thus ensuring the best way to express her love for Francis Stephen: “Nothing in this world, all diamonds mean nothing to me. The only things that give me joy come from China, especially lacquerware”. Lacquer was seen at that time as especially precious, as well as the epitome of luxury and exquisite taste due to the extremely costly and time consuming process of extracting it from the lacquer tree. Maria Theresa therefore spared no expense when furnishing the memorial room for Francis Stephen with their shared passion for Far East lacquer art. Among the prized possessions of the huge collection at Schönbrunn Palace are valuable Chinese screens from the imperial manufactory in Beijing. Their black lacquer panels masterly-painted with gold using the Chinese Miaojin technique were placed in panelling made from flamed maple and set with a gilded frame in 1770. Delicate gold paintings of landscapes, pagodas and floral patterns have been captivating the eye since that time in the Vieux-Laque Room, giving expressions of happiness, fortune, transience and immortality. Graf von Faber-Castell has acquired true artists of their craft for the design work of the Graf von Faber-Castell “Pen of the Year 2016”: the conservator of the Vieux-Laque Room Silvia Miklin and the Japanese artist Tomizo Saratani who specialises in the Maki-e technique. They worked together developing a motif that is divided into three parts, yet comes together to make a whole. During the most time consuming phases, each of the three plates are first painted black, then polished and burnt several times by hand. Then the artist lovingly draws the motif on the lacquer and then sprinkles the still wet drawing several times with 24-carat gold powder in different tints. This results in a relief that can still be perceived through additional protective lacquer works. Thus the characteristic look-and-feel of Hira Maki-e lacquer work is born. The platinum-plated variant of the Graf von Faber-Castell “Pen of the Year 2016” is also inspired by the design of the Vieux-Laque Room in a unique way. Hand-ground plates made from deep black onyx are set in elaborately created, platinum-plated frames and contrast with individually grained flamed maple in a fascinating manner. The platinum-plated fountain pen is limited to 500 units, the rollerball pen to 150. The special edition is limited to 120 fountain pens and 50 rollerball pens. The individually numbered writing instruments are kept in a highly-polished, black wooden case. It includes a certificate personally signed by the master craftsman of the gemstone manufactory Herbert Stephan attesting to the authenticity of the onyx used. Artist Tomizo Saratani also attested to the painting with 24-carat gold. The caps are adorned by a faceted Onyx which is ground and polished by hand. The Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of The Year 2016 Fountain pen uses a plunger filling mechanism and has an 18 karat gold nib. In 1761, Kaspar Faber started to produce pencils in Stein, near Nuremberg. When the fourth generation,Baron Lothar von Faber, took over the company in 1839 he turned the pencil into a true quality product and the world's first branded writing instrument. Over the centuries, he and his descendants created remarkable products. The result is the Graf von Faber-Castell Collection, a range of extraordinary writing instruments and accessories. They embody "Luxury in Simplicity" by combining selected materials, functionality and superb aesthetics. To ensure this exclusive writing instrument gives you many years of writing pleasure, Graf von Faber-Castell is pleased to offer a complimentary annual service having your Pen of the Year checked, cleaned and maintained through their specialists. You are eligible for this service after registration of your Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year on their web site (www.graf-von-faber-castell.com).  ..
EUR €3,500.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,892.56
Availabilty: Em 7 dias úteis
The latest edition of the Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year tells a story of an epoch and people whose deeds made a strong impression on the history of mankind. This year, 2018, it centres on an empire that, step by step from the 8th century BC, extended over three continents: Europe, Africa, and Asia. Even today, in the early 3rd millennium, it still exerts immeasurable influence on our world: the Imperium Romanum.According to legend, Rome was founded in the year 753 BC by Romulus, who had earlier been the subject of a remarkable drama: he and his twin brother Remus had been abandoned as infants but were discovered and suckled by a wolf. That was the start of a rise to fame without parallel in the ancient world. The city on the Tiber reached the zenith of its power in AD 117. Its vast field of influence extended from Scotland in the north to Nubia in Africa, from Portugal in the west to Mesopotamia in present-day Iraq. With its numerous peoples, the Roman empire embodied the idea of an “imperium sine fine”, a boundless empire, ruled from the “eternal city”. Rome’s symbol is the Colosseum: the legendary arena where the gladiators fought is an architectural wonder that has survived the changes and upheavals of the ages. He was destined for great things from birth: coming from an ancient Roman patrician family, Gaius Julius Caesar held important office at an early age, conquered all of Gaul as far as the Rhine, and increasingly acquired the reputation of resolutely pursuing his goals. As no other, he knew how to follow up his deeds with memorable words. After the battle of Zela, when his legionnaires exhausted the troops of King Pharnaces II in just four hours, he wrote to a friend “veni vidi vici” – I came, I saw, I conquered. One need hear this concise triumphant phrase just once, and it is remembered for ever. The conversion of the Roman Republic into an Empire began with Caesar. He was the first ruler to be represented on Roman coins during his lifetime.Stone of the gods: that is how the Greeks expressed their respect for the beauty of marble. The Romans took up the theme: marble statues were reserved for gods and emperors. They were produced in large numbers to declare the power of Rome, and many can still be admired in museums. Marble of the highest quality from Carrara in Tuscany made a significant contribution to the radiance that commanded so much respect. It was laid down 30 million years ago when the African and European continental plates collided, pushing up the Alps.The radiance of the “Black Edition” stands in fascinating contrast. In the search for a suitable opposite number to white statuario marble Graf von Faber-Castell made a lucky find in the Iberian peninsula, once part of the Roman empire. Nero Marquina from the Vizcaya (Biscay) region in the Basque country combines in a refined way a basic black colour with pronounced white veins. It harmonizes perfectly with the anthracite-grey titanium PVD coating that gives an ever-changing appearance in use. The fountain pen is fitted with a ruthenium-plated 18-carat gold nib, already run in by hand, which matches perfectly the very masculine appearance of the barrel. The cap of the “Black Edition” is also adorned by an engraving of the Colosseum and a miniature Roman penny (denarius). The denarius in the cap of this edition is modelled on a very rare silver coin from the year 44 BC depicting Caesar’s head. The original was found at Ritter in Düsseldorf, a prestigious dealer and certified coin expert. The nib of the fountain pen is black ruthenium 18 karat gold. The exclusive “Black Edition” is limited to 330 fountain pens and 100 rollerball pens. A certificate bearing the signature of Count Charles von Faber-Castell attests that these are all strictly limited editions. .In 1761, Kaspar Faber started to produce pencils in Stein, near Nuremberg. When the fourth generation,Baron Lothar von Faber, took over the company in 1839 he turned the pencil into a true quality product and the world's first branded writing instrument. Over the centuries, he and his descendants created remarkable products. The result is the Graf von Faber-Castell Collection, a range of extraordinary writing instruments and accessories. They embody "Luxury in Simplicity" by combining selected materials, functionality and superb aesthetics.To ensure this exclusive writing instrument gives you many years of writing pleasure, Graf von Faber-Castell is pleased to offer a complimentary annual service having your Pen of the Year checked, cleaned and maintained through their specialists. You are eligible for this service after registration of your Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year on their web site (www.graf-von-faber-castell.com)...
EUR €4,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €3,471.07
Availabilty: Em 7 dias úteis
The Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year 2020 draws its inspiration from the Greek heroes of Sparta and their king Leonidas. For centuries, the small city state of Sparta was the greatest military power of ancient Greece. Discipline and the legendary invincibility of the Spartans were the fruit of a strict training from an early age, the agogé. The Spartan society was very militarized and its fate lay in the hands of the gods: alongside Apollo and Artemis, the valiant Athena was one of the most important deities. Goddess of wisdom of strategy and war, she was considered the "Guardian of the city". The education to which every Spartan man was subjected from his childhood was hard and physically trying. Based on courage, endurance, fearlessness and self-sacrifice, it trained the best warriors of this era. These infantrymen, heavily armed with shield, cuirass, helmet and leggings, had to acquire their own tailor-made equipment, which was very expensive.The Pen of the Year 2020 also takes inspiration to the qualities of this equipment: strength, solidity and aesthetics. The anthracite metal body with its titanium PVD coating is adorned with a milled decoration, as well as 42 rough diamonds of 2.1 carats out of 7 rows of 6 pieces. They thus recall the rivets of the armor of the Spartans. The milled decoration on the body reminds us of the shape of the skirt with fringes of their armor.Essential element to their defense, their bronze helmet was made in one piece. At that time the Corinthian helmet was the most widespread. It protected the head, and its narrow and elegant slot for the eyes as well as the horsehair ridge intimidated their opponents. The spring-loaded clip of the pen of the Year 2020 resembles the shape of the helmet and thus imitates the neck of a horse. The bright cap is mirror polished.The Spartans were, in the middle of the 6th century, precious allies for the Hellenic and foreign states. The Battle of Thermopylae is known worldwide. Leonidas there opposed to the supremacy of the Persian king Xerxes and managed to contain his army in a narrow parade with only 300 Spartans. A courageous strategy that cost him his life, but allowed most Greeks to withdraw in time to defend their lands. The large round shields, which protected the whole upper body, were indispensable to the protection of the warriors. They have inspired the lacquered inlay of the top of the Pen of the Year 2020, marked with the lambda letter, the 11th of the Greek alphabet. The letter Lambda also served as an abbreviation for the name Lacedaemonians - the historical name of the Spartan state - and the letter adorned the shield of the warriors.The milled and matt gripping section of the instrument of the pen refers to the warriors' cuirass, which was made to measure. It was composed of two bronze plates for the front and the back, which were welded at the shoulders. Details like the decor on the body of the writing instrument recall the archaic motif on the protective armor.In its special edition "Black Edition", the Pen of the Year 2020 is limited to 80 ink rollers and 270 fountain pens.In 1761, Kaspar Faber started to produce pencils in Stein, near Nuremberg. When the fourth generation,Baron Lothar von Faber, took over the company in 1839 he turned the pencil into a true quality product and the world's first branded writing instrument. Over the centuries, he and his descendants created remarkable products. The result is the Graf von Faber-Castell Collection, a range of extraordinary writing instruments and accessories. They embody "Luxury in Simplicity" by combining selected materials, functionality and superb aesthetics.To ensure this exclusive writing instrument gives you many years of writing pleasure, Graf von Faber-Castell is pleased to offer a complimentary annual service having your Pen of the Year checked, cleaned and maintained through their specialists. You are eligible for this service after registration of your Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year on their web site (www.graf-von-faber-castell.com)...
EUR €4,500.00
Ex Tax:EUR €3,719.01
Availabilty: Em 7 dias úteis
The Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year 2020 draws its inspiration from the Greek heroes of Sparta and their king Leonidas. For centuries, the small city state of Sparta was the greatest military power of ancient Greece. Discipline and the legendary invincibility of the Spartans were the fruit of a strict training from an early age, the agogé. The Spartan society was very militarized and its fate lay in the hands of the gods: alongside Apollo and Artemis, the valiant Athena was one of the most important deities. Goddess of wisdom of strategy and war, she was considered the "Guardian of the city". The education to which every Spartan man was subjected from his childhood was hard and physically trying. Based on courage, endurance, fearlessness and self-sacrifice, it trained the best warriors of this era. These infantrymen, heavily armed with shield, cuirass, helmet and leggings, had to acquire their own tailor-made equipment, which was very expensive.The Pen of the Year 2020 also takes inspiration to the qualities of this equipment: strength, solidity and aesthetics. Seven rough 0.35 carat diamonds are placed on a matt sandblasted body, coated with a layer ruthenium symbolizing robustness, strength and uniqueness, like the valiant Spartans. The milled decoration on the body reminds us of the shape of the skirt with fringes of their armor.Essential element to their defense, their bronze helmet was made in one piece. At that time the Corinthian helmet was the most widespread. It protected the head, and its narrow and elegant slot for the eyes as well as the horsehair ridge intimidated their opponents. The spring-loaded clip of the pen of the Year 2020 resembles the shape of the helmet and thus imitates the neck of a horse. The bright cap is mirror polished.The Spartans were, in the middle of the 6th century, precious allies for the Hellenic and foreign states. The Battle of Thermopylae is known worldwide. Leonidas there opposed to the supremacy of the Persian king Xerxes and managed to contain his army in a narrow parade with only 300 Spartans. A courageous strategy that cost him his life, but allowed most Greeks to withdraw in time to defend their lands. The large round shields, which protected the whole upper body, were indispensable to the protection of the warriors. They have inspired the lacquered inlay of the top of the Pen of the Year 2020, marked with the lambda letter, the 11th of the Greek alphabet. The letter Lambda also served as an abbreviation for the name Lacedaemonians - the historical name of the Spartan state - and the letter adorned the shield of the warriors.The milled and matt gripping section of the instrument of the pen refers to the warriors' cuirass, which was made to measure. It was composed of two bronze plates for the front and the back, which were welded at the shoulders. Details like the decor on the body of the writing instrument recall the archaic motif on the protective armor.The nib in 18-carat gold of the piston fountain pen promises an exceptional writing pleasure. The pens are limited to 90 rollerball pens and 310 fountain pens.In 1761, Kaspar Faber started to produce pencils in Stein, near Nuremberg. When the fourth generation,Baron Lothar von Faber, took over the company in 1839 he turned the pencil into a true quality product and the world's first branded writing instrument. Over the centuries, he and his descendants created remarkable products. The result is the Graf von Faber-Castell Collection, a range of extraordinary writing instruments and accessories. They embody "Luxury in Simplicity" by combining selected materials, functionality and superb aesthetics.To ensure this exclusive writing instrument gives you many years of writing pleasure, Graf von Faber-Castell is pleased to offer a complimentary annual service having your Pen of the Year checked, cleaned and maintained through their specialists. You are eligible for this service after registration of your Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year on their web site (www.graf-von-faber-castell.com)...
EUR €3,500.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,892.56
Availabilty: Em 7 dias úteis
The Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year 2020 draws its inspiration from the Greek heroes of Sparta and their king Leonidas. For centuries, the small city state of Sparta was the greatest military power of ancient Greece. Discipline and the legendary invincibility of the Spartans were the fruit of a strict training from an early age, the agogé. The Spartan society was very militarized and its fate lay in the hands of the gods: alongside Apollo and Artemis, the valiant Athena was one of the most important deities. Goddess of wisdom of strategy and war, she was considered the "Guardian of the city". The education to which every Spartan man was subjected from his childhood was hard and physically trying. Based on courage, endurance, fearlessness and self-sacrifice, it trained the best warriors of this era. These infantrymen, heavily armed with shield, cuirass, helmet and leggings, had to acquire their own tailor-made equipment, which was very expensive.The Pen of the Year 2020 also takes inspiration to the qualities of this equipment: strength, solidity and aesthetics. Seven rough 0.35 carat diamonds are placed on a matt sandblasted body, coated with a layer ruthenium symbolizing robustness, strength and uniqueness, like the valiant Spartans. The milled decoration on the body reminds us of the shape of the skirt with fringes of their armor.Essential element to their defense, their bronze helmet was made in one piece. At that time the Corinthian helmet was the most widespread. It protected the head, and its narrow and elegant slot for the eyes as well as the horsehair ridge intimidated their opponents. The spring-loaded clip of the pen of the Year 2020 resembles the shape of the helmet and thus imitates the neck of a horse. The bright cap is mirror polished.The Spartans were, in the middle of the 6th century, precious allies for the Hellenic and foreign states. The Battle of Thermopylae is known worldwide. Leonidas there opposed to the supremacy of the Persian king Xerxes and managed to contain his army in a narrow parade with only 300 Spartans. A courageous strategy that cost him his life, but allowed most Greeks to withdraw in time to defend their lands. The large round shields, which protected the whole upper body, were indispensable to the protection of the warriors. They have inspired the lacquered inlay of the top of the Pen of the Year 2020, marked with the lambda letter, the 11th of the Greek alphabet. The letter Lambda also served as an abbreviation for the name Lacedaemonians - the historical name of the Spartan state - and the letter adorned the shield of the warriors.The milled and matt gripping section of the instrument of the pen refers to the warriors' cuirass, which was made to measure. It was composed of two bronze plates for the front and the back, which were welded at the shoulders. Details like the decor on the body of the writing instrument recall the archaic motif on the protective armor. The pens are limited to 90 rollerball pens and 310 fountain pens.In 1761, Kaspar Faber started to produce pencils in Stein, near Nuremberg. When the fourth generation,Baron Lothar von Faber, took over the company in 1839 he turned the pencil into a true quality product and the world's first branded writing instrument. Over the centuries, he and his descendants created remarkable products. The result is the Graf von Faber-Castell Collection, a range of extraordinary writing instruments and accessories. They embody "Luxury in Simplicity" by combining selected materials, functionality and superb aesthetics.To ensure this exclusive writing instrument gives you many years of writing pleasure, Graf von Faber-Castell is pleased to offer a complimentary annual service having your Pen of the Year checked, cleaned and maintained through their specialists. You are eligible for this service after registration of your Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year on their web site (www.graf-von-faber-castell.com)...
EUR €3,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,644.63
Availabilty: 12 - 14 dias úteis
Graf von Faber-Castell introduces the new 2021 edition of the Pen of the Year collection, inspired on medieval knights, heroes, mythology and legends. This limited edition will consist of 375 fountain pens and 125 rollerballs. Subtle details from the world of the knights can be found on the pen, from the crenellations that give the cap the shape of a castle tower to the fuller running down the length of the pen as if it were a sword. The materials and craftsmanship are also deliberately chosen to suit the style of medieval times. The guilloche pattern used on the cap resembles a knight’s chainmail, and the damascus steel might well have been forged in the same fires as the swords they wielded. The finial of the pens are decorated with a sun cut blood red garnet, symbol of light and truth. In 1761, Kaspar Faber started to produce pencils in Stein, near Nuremberg. When the fourth generation,Baron Lothar von Faber, took over the company in 1839 he turned the pencil into a true quality product and the world's first branded writing instrument. Over the centuries, he and his descendants created remarkable products. The result is the Graf von Faber-Castell Collection, a range of extraordinary writing instruments and accessories. They embody "Luxury in Simplicity" by combining selected materials, functionality and superb aesthetics. To ensure this exclusive writing instrument gives you many years of writing pleasure, Graf von Faber-Castell is pleased to offer a complimentary annual service having your Pen of the Year checked, cleaned and maintained through their specialists. You are eligible for this service after registration of your Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year on their web site (www.graf-von-faber-castell.com)...
EUR €4,500.00
Ex Tax:EUR €3,719.01
Availabilty: Em 7 dias úteis
Em 2003, a Lamy lançou a série Dialog de instrumentos de escrita topo de gama e colaborou com designers industriais famosos em sua concepção. Em 2006, a Dialog 2 foi projetada por Knud Holscher, um designer e arquiteto industrial dinamarquês de renome internacional, conhecido por projetar o frasco de aço inoxidável de Georg Jensen, a linha de holofotes da Erco e pela arquitetura do Terminal Doméstico do Aeroporto de Copenhaga. Em 2009, a Dialog 3 foi desenhada por Franco Clivio que, entre outros, projetou para clientes como Erco, FSB, Gardena, Rodenstock e Siemens. A Lamy é uma empresa familiar independente criada em 1930 pelo ex-funcionário da Parker, C. Josef Lamy em Heidelberg. A marca Lamy existe desde 1952 e provou sua proeza inovadora no primeiro ano com a completamente nova série de canetas Lamy 27. E em 1966, o estilo distinto da Lamy Design nasceu com a Lamy 2000...
EUR €135.00
Ex Tax:EUR €111.57
Availabilty: In stock
Tanto aparo quanto o clip se retraem no corpo da Lamy Dialog 3. Seu mecanismo de rotação inovador faz desta caneta de tinta permante premium a primeira desse tipo. Torça a caneta e a ponta de ouro de 14 quilates desliza elegantemente para fora do corpo, enquanto o clip afunda. Quando fechada, uma válvula de esfera impede que o aparo retraído seque e fique sujo. A Lamy é uma empresa familiar independente criada em 1930 pelo ex-funcionário da Parker, C. Josef Lamy em Heidelberg. A marca Lamy existe desde 1952 e provou sua proeza inovadora no primeiro ano com a completamente nova série de canetas Lamy 27. E em 1966, o estilo distinto da Lamy Design nasceu com a Lamy 2000...
EUR €290.00
Ex Tax:EUR €239.67
Availabilty: In stock
Tanto aparo quanto o clip se retraem no corpo da Lamy Dialog 3. Seu mecanismo de rotação inovador faz desta caneta de tinta permante premium a primeira desse tipo. Torça a caneta e a ponta de ouro de 14 quilates desliza elegantemente para fora do corpo, enquanto o clip afunda. Quando fechada, uma válvula de esfera impede que o aparo retraído seque e fique sujo. A Lamy é uma empresa familiar independente criada em 1930 pelo ex-funcionário da Parker, C. Josef Lamy em Heidelberg. A marca Lamy existe desde 1952 e provou sua proeza inovadora no primeiro ano com a completamente nova série de canetas Lamy 27. E em 1966, o estilo distinto da Lamy Design nasceu com a Lamy 2000...
EUR €290.00
Ex Tax:EUR €239.67
Availabilty: In stock
Each of the 33 sets includes four elegantly finished fountain pens – four interpretations of the LAMY dialog 3. The guiding theme of the LAMY dialog urushi edition is a subject which is as timeless as it is universal: the four seasons with their own individual moods. Spring, summer, autumn and winter as the symbol for the eternal cycle of life. Black urushi lacquer creates the deepest black known worldwide. This is not created by pigments but through the addition of iron powder which causes an oxidation of the lacquer and is subsequently filtered out. Applied very thinly, the black lacquer appears transparent at first. It is only with the application of additional layers that the colour intensity and depth are created which are so characteristic of urushi surfaces. For the spring model, urushi master Manfred Schmid hasn’t used the black lacquer in this classic way but, instead, developed a new and original technique. An ultra-thin layer of the black lacquer is applied to the stainless-steel body which is coated with light blue niobium and this blue then shimmers through the black lacquer. Using a fine brush, the artist then lightly sprinkles alcohol over the black lacquer which breaks up the surface and creates a complex structure full of subtle reflexes which are unique and cannot be repeated. The summer model was designed by the Japanese master Norihiko Ogura with a special variant of the so-called gold sprinkling technique (Maki-e) whereby a special, super-fine grain gold powder (each grain has a diameter of 0.03 mm) is sprinkled over the entire lacquer surface. The surface is then smoothed with charcoal made of camellia wood. A procedure which highlights the immense perfection and precision of the urushi master: when this is smoothed, the grains in the gold powder are reduced to exactly half their original size. The subsequent application and smoothing of a further layer of gold, the grains of which are slightly larger, creates a streamlined texture on the surface. In daily use these lines are “polished” through contact with the skin and become increasingly glossier. The lower lacquer layers also become visible and in this way the fountain pen is subject to a continuous living change process. Manfred Schmid has also chosen his own urushi method for the autumn model. Whilst the lacquer is usually only used in the colours black and red, Manfred Schmid used the so-called transparent lacquer for this model. Typically, only used for sealing and not in the actual decor, this natural urushi lacquer gradually unfolds a warm amber shade with every layer. Manfred Schmid applies this to a stainless steel body with golden PVD coating which, prior to this, was smoothed vertically and horizontally to create a fine texture. This structure which has been created in this way later gleams from a depth through the lacquer and the base and surface fuse. The finishing method of winter is the same as used in the “Spring” model. Both the nib and the clip retract into the Lamy dialog 3's body. Its innovative rotating mechanism makes this premium fountain pen the first of its kind. Twist the pen and the 14 carat gold nib glides elegantly out of the body, while the clip sinks down. When closed, a ball valve prevents the retracted nib from drying out and getting dirty. The fountain pen uses the ink cartridge/converter filling system. A Lamy é uma empresa familiar independente criada em 1930 pelo ex-funcionário da Parker, C. Josef Lamy em Heidelberg. A marca Lamy existe desde 1952 e provou sua proeza inovadora no primeiro ano com a completamente nova série de canetas Lamy 27. E em 1966, o estilo distinto da Lamy Design nasceu com a Lamy 2000...
EUR €20,000.00
Ex Tax:EUR €16,528.93
Availabilty: In stock
The Montblanc Meisterstück Great Masters collection is a series of editions paying tribute to both the paradigm of excellence of the Meisterstück as well as to the visionary traditions of other master craftsmen and to their long-standing dedication to excellence. The Python leather collection highlights the exceptional skills of craftsman artfully working on exquisite Python leahter, finely hand-stitched.During the Renaissance era, the Italian city of Florence was a fountain of new ideas in fine arts, architecture and philosophy. In this Gilded Age the city’s artisans rose to fame for their leather craftsmanship whose quality and skill was admired throughout Europe. To this day, the city prides itself on its finest leather goods which combine elegant style with painstaking workmanship. The Florentine leather craft has been a perpetual source of inspiration for artisans all over the world. Unique in the world of fine writing, each of the Montblanc Meisterstuck Great Masters writing instruments is finished with a hand stitched seam. The cap and barrel of the LeGrand sized writing instruments are encased in red Python leather. The “Ponte Vecchio”arch bridge is engraved as stylized silhouette on the cone. De Montblanc emblem on the top of the cap is made of mother-of-pearl. The Montblanc Meisterstück Great Masters fountain pen uses a piston filling mechanism and has a 18kt gold nib with an embossing of an Python pattern.The Montblanc Meisterstück Great Masters collection comes in a white lacquered wooden box as well as slip lid box are inspired by a stylish silhouette of the famous bridge “Ponte Vecchio”.The ink bottles of Montblanc are available in our webstore.Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty.Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €3,050.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,520.66
Availabilty: In stock
The Montblanc Patron of Art Homage to Napoléon Bonaparte is dedicated to a figure in history whose life had a far-reaching impact. Napoléon is mainly remembered for his military achievements, but he was a true patron of the arts. His glory lives on in the great ‘architecture parlante’ style of the famous Parisian structures built during his reign. In addition to architecture, other arts such as painting, sculpture and the decorative arts also blossomed under his leadership. The overall design of the pen is inspired by the neoclassic style. The pattern of golden bees on dark blue lacquer is inspired by Napoléon’s throne in Fontainebleau, and the sword-shaped clip bears the Napoléonic “N”. The engravings on the cap top – a laurel wreath, imperial crown and an eagle – refer to Napoléon’s coronation insignia. The clip end is decorated with a red stone recalling the coronation ring of Napoleon’s wife Joséphine. The cap is crowned by the Montblanc Emblem in mother of pearl. In homage to Napoléon Bonaparte, the handcrafted 18kt solid bicolor gold nib bears a portrait of Napoléon with the typical bicorn. The Patron of Art 888 is restricted to 888 pieces worldwide. The ink bottles of Montblanc are available in our webstore. In 1992, Montblanc started the foundation "D'enterprise Montblanc de la Culture" to support and protect the contemporary arts. Montblanc annually creates a strictly limited edition fountain pen whose design is in the style of a patron of art whose name bears relation. The name Montblanc has always been associated with precious gifts and keepsakes that reflect the pinnacle of artisanal prowess and traditional craftsmanship. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €8,100.00
Ex Tax:EUR €6,694.21
Availabilty: Disponível a partir de abril
The Montblanc Patron of Art Homage to Napoléon Bonaparte is dedicated to a figure in history whose life had a far-reaching impact. Napoléon is mainly remembered for his military achievements, but he was also a true patron of the arts. His glory lives on in the great ‘architecture parlante’ style of the famous Parisian structures built during his reign. In addition to architecture, other arts such as painting, sculpture and the decorative arts also blossomed under his leadership. This Artisan Edition of the Patron of Art Homage to Napoléon Bonaparte is made from solid 18kt gold. The overlaid part shows the barrel made from red jaspis.  The golden cap has a guilloche pattern and is decorated with engraved ornaments from Napoléons throne. The engravings on the cap top – a laurel wreath, imperial crown and an eagle – refer to Napoléon’s coronation insignia. On one side of the cap, we find the sword-shaped clip bearing the Napoléonic “N”. The clip end is decorated with a red garnet, recalling the coronation ring of Napoléon’s wife Joséphine. The other side of the cap prominently features a bee, the symbol of Napoléon distancing himself from the house of Bourbon and linking back to the Mérovingiens. The cap is crowned by the Montblanc emblem in mother of pearl. In homage to Napoléon Bonaparte, the handcrafted 18kt solid gold nib features the hilt of his coronation sword. The Patron of Art Artisan Edition 92 is restricted to only 92 pieces worldwide. The ink bottles of Montblanc are available in our webstore. In 1992, Montblanc started the foundation "D'enterprise Montblanc de la Culture" to support and protect the contemporary arts. Montblanc annually creates a strictly limited edition fountain pen whose design is in the style of a patron of art whose name bears relation. The name Montblanc has always been associated with precious gifts and keepsakes that reflect the pinnacle of artisanal prowess and traditional craftsmanship. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €38,000.00
Ex Tax:EUR €31,404.96
Availabilty: Contato para disponibilidade
The Montblanc Writers Edition 2020 is dedicated to Victor Hugo(1802-1885). Victor Marie Hugo was a French writer, poet, essayist and statesman and is considered one of the most important and influential French Romantic authors of the 19th century. He has written novels, poems, plays, essays and political speeches, and also left an extensive exchange of letters.Hugo's first major novel, Notre-Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), was published in 1831. The work was so successful that it was soon translated into several European languages. It was partly intended to encourage the city of Paris to restore the neglected Notre Dame Cathedral. In addition, novels were also published, such as the famous novel Les Misérables (1862), in which Hugo turned away from social criticism. Today, Les Misérables is seen as a literary masterpiece and has been edited several times for television, film and musical. The Montblanc Writers Edition Homage to Hugo Limited Edition, made of black precious resin with platinum-coated fittings, is dedicated to this literary genius whose life and works shaped the French nation. The edition is inspired in many details by Victor Hugo’s novel and by Notre-Dame. The cap is decorated with gothic arches in relief, and the end of the clip, which is shaped like the clapper of a bell, recalls the bell ringer Quasimodo and the bells of Notre-Dame. Victor Hugo’s signature is engraved on the cap. Since 1992 Montblanc honours great writers whose works have become part of world literature with the Montblanc Limited Writers Edition. The stories these writers created still fascinate millions of people and indeed the lives of their authors were often just as multifaceted and as rich as their novels. Montblanc Limited Writers Editions are sought after by connoisseurs and avid collectors worldwide. Increasing their rarity and value is the unique handcrafting involved in their production process. The manufacturing tools, specially developed for the production of every Montblanc Limited Writers Edition are destroyed at the end of each production run to make reproduction forever impossible. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €995.00
Ex Tax:EUR €822.31
Availabilty: In stock
The Montblanc Writers Edition 2020 is dedicated to Victor Hugo(1802-1885). Victor Marie Hugo was a French writer, poet, essayist and statesman and is considered one of the most important and influential French Romantic authors of the 19th century. He has written novels, poems, plays, essays and political speeches, and also left an extensive exchange of letters.Hugo's first major novel, Notre-Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), was published in 1831. The work was so successful that it was soon translated into several European languages. It was partly intended to encourage the city of Paris to restore the neglected Notre Dame Cathedral. In addition, novels were also published, such as the famous novel Les Misérables (1862), in which Hugo turned away from social criticism. Today, Les Misérables is seen as a literary masterpiece and has been edited several times for television, film and musical. The Montblanc Writers Edition Homage to Hugo Limited Edition, made of black precious resin with platinum-coated fittings, is dedicated to this literary genius whose life and works shaped the French nation. The edition is inspired in many details by Victor Hugo’s novel and by Notre-Dame. The cap is decorated with gothic arches in relief, and the end of the clip, which is shaped like the clapper of a bell, recalls the bell ringer Quasimodo and the bells of Notre-Dame. Victor Hugo’s signature is engraved on the cap. Since 1992 Montblanc honours great writers whose works have become part of world literature with the Montblanc Limited Writers Edition. The stories these writers created still fascinate millions of people and indeed the lives of their authors were often just as multifaceted and as rich as their novels. Montblanc Limited Writers Editions are sought after by connoisseurs and avid collectors worldwide. Increasing their rarity and value is the unique handcrafting involved in their production process. The manufacturing tools, specially developed for the production of every Montblanc Limited Writers Edition are destroyed at the end of each production run to make reproduction forever impossible. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €775.00
Ex Tax:EUR €640.50
Availabilty: In stock
The Montblanc Writers Edition 2020 is dedicated to Victor Hugo(1802-1885). Victor Marie Hugo was a French writer, poet, essayist and statesman and is considered one of the most important and influential French Romantic authors of the 19th century. He has written novels, poems, plays, essays and political speeches, and also left an extensive exchange of letters.Hugo's first major novel, Notre-Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), was published in 1831. The work was so successful that it was soon translated into several European languages. It was partly intended to encourage the city of Paris to restore the neglected Notre Dame Cathedral. In addition, novels were also published, such as the famous novel Les Misérables (1862), in which Hugo turned away from social criticism. Today, Les Misérables is seen as a literary masterpiece and has been edited several times for television, film and musical. The Montblanc Writers Edition Homage to Hugo Limited Edition, made of black precious resin with platinum-coated fittings, is dedicated to this literary genius whose life and works shaped the French nation. The edition is inspired in many details by Victor Hugo’s novel and by Notre-Dame. The cap is decorated with gothic arches in relief, and the end of the clip, which is shaped like the clapper of a bell, recalls the bell ringer Quasimodo and the bells of Notre-Dame. Victor Hugo’s signature is engraved on the cap. Since 1992 Montblanc honours great writers whose works have become part of world literature with the Montblanc Limited Writers Edition. The stories these writers created still fascinate millions of people and indeed the lives of their authors were often just as multifaceted and as rich as their novels. Montblanc Limited Writers Editions are sought after by connoisseurs and avid collectors worldwide. Increasing their rarity and value is the unique handcrafting involved in their production process. The manufacturing tools, specially developed for the production of every Montblanc Limited Writers Edition are destroyed at the end of each production run to make reproduction forever impossible. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €815.00
Ex Tax:EUR €673.55
Availabilty: Em 7 dias úteis
Among the families of pens created by Montegrappa to honour the most notable personages throughout history is Genio Creativo. Following pens inspired by and dedicated to Dalì, Gibran, Stradivari, Modigliani, Canova, Tchaikovsky and Tiziano is a limited edition acknowledging the contributions of watchmaker Bartolomeo Ferracina. For Montegrappa, the honour has an added meaning, as Ferracina was not only a son of the Veneto: he was born in the same area as the home to Montegrappa. At a time when fine watchmaking has been recognised as an art, as much as it is a skill, the great horological figures of the past are enjoying new-found respect. Among those who contributed to the development of the machines that tell us the time was Bartolomeo Ferracina, a watchmaker and engineer from Solagna, a little village adjacent to Bassano del Grappa. While his projects involving hydraulics benefitted the municipalities in which he operated, it was his work with clocks for which Ferracina is celebrated. He produced models of many types and sizes, from pendulum clocks to those with automata, from table to tower clocks, including models with the indication of the lunar phases, the motion of the stars and the zodiac. He managed this even though limiting himself to applying existing knowledge, without having to invent any new mechanisms. His most notable contribution to the history of timekeeping was the reconstruction of the tower clock of Piazza San Marco in Venice, to the benefit of millions of tourists every year. Each pen is fitted with an 18k gold filigree-etched nib, available in the grades of Fine, Medium and Broad. The nib’s filigree decoration is also found on the cap’s lower band, which also hosts the Montegrappa logo. The signature clip with the traditional rotating sphere reflects the sinuous curves of the new body form. Aptly adorning the top of the cap is the perfect homage to Bartolomeo: it contains a small, perfectly functioning quartz watch, in a 16 mm silver case. The mechanism, completely detachable from the cap top, boasts a Swiss-made Ronda 6000D movement. 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. <!--cke_bookmark_1426S--><!--cke_bookmark_1426E-->..
EUR €1,950.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,611.57
Availabilty: Em 7 dias úteis
Among the families of pens created by Montegrappa to honour the most notable personages throughout history is Genio Creativo. Following pens inspired by and dedicated to Dalì, Gibran, Stradivari, Modigliani, Canova, Tchaikovsky and Tiziano is a limited edition acknowledging the contributions of watchmaker Bartolomeo Ferracina. For Montegrappa, the honour has an added meaning, as Ferracina was not only a son of the Veneto: he was born in the same area as the home to Montegrappa. At a time when fine watchmaking has been recognised as an art, as much as it is a skill, the great horological figures of the past are enjoying new-found respect. Among those who contributed to the development of the machines that tell us the time was Bartolomeo Ferracina, a watchmaker and engineer from Solagna, a little village adjacent to Bassano del Grappa. While his projects involving hydraulics benefitted the municipalities in which he operated, it was his work with clocks for which Ferracina is celebrated. He produced models of many types and sizes, from pendulum clocks to those with automata, from table to tower clocks, including models with the indication of the lunar phases, the motion of the stars and the zodiac. He managed this even though limiting himself to applying existing knowledge, without having to invent any new mechanisms. His most notable contribution to the history of timekeeping was the reconstruction of the tower clock of Piazza San Marco in Venice, to the benefit of millions of tourists every year. Each pen is fitted with an 18k gold filigree-etched nib, available in the grades of Fine, Medium and Broad. The nib’s filigree decoration is also found on the cap’s lower band, which also hosts the Montegrappa logo. The signature clip with the traditional rotating sphere reflects the sinuous curves of the new body form. Aptly adorning the top of the cap is the perfect homage to Bartolomeo: it contains a small, perfectly functioning quartz watch, in a 16 mm silver case. The mechanism, completely detachable from the cap top, boasts a Swiss-made Ronda 6000D movement. 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. &amp;lt;!--cke_bookmark_1426S--&amp;gt;&amp;lt;!--cke_bookmark_1426E--&amp;gt;..
EUR €1,950.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,611.57
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