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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.

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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: Within 7 business days
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
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
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. &lt;!--cke_bookmark_1426S--&gt;&lt;!--cke_bookmark_1426E--&gt;..
EUR €1,950.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,611.57
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Mysticum Arrives With the Count Cagliostro Pen Inaugurating Montegrappa’s new series, Mysticum, is a personality who embodies all that the worlds of the metaphysical and the mysterious encompasses. Mysticum celebrates that which occupies the spaces between the known and the unknown. Appropriately, to initiate its catalogue of notables, the first is a controversial figure encapsulating a mixture of notions from Hermetism, Alchemy, Kabbalah and Freemasonry. He is the legendary Count Cagliostro. Count Cagliostro Count Alessandro di Cagliostro (1743–1795) was the alias of the occultist Giuseppe Balsamo. An Italian adventurer and magician, he became a glamorous figure associated with the royal courts of Europe, practising for them various occult arts, including psychic healing and alchemy. His origins are shrouded in mystery. Cagliostro’s legacy, beyond the romantic attraction of leading a life full of adventures, includes credit for the creation of the Egyptian Rite of the Freemasons and intensive work in the diffusion of Freemasonry, by opening lodges all over Europe and by introducing the acceptance of women into the community. Bringing the saga into the 20th century, notorious occultist Aleister Crowley believed Cagliostro was one of his previous incarnations. The Count Cagliostro Pen Montegrappa acknowledges the importance of Cagliostro in the history of the occult with the Count Cagliostro Limited Edition, available fountain pen and a rollerball pen, in both black resin and sterling silver or with solid 18k gold trim. The fountain pen is piston-fed, with 18k gold nib with filigree decoration. To convey the trappings of the occultist, the Count Cagliostro Pen is decorated with images associated with the various mystical arts. The pen’s clip is crafted with the lost-wax casting technique representing the Caduceus and Cagliostro’s personal seal symbols, while the pen’s barrel and cap are a mixture of silver or gold cutwork and micro-milling. Among the sigils engraved on the pen are the “eye in the pyramid” associated with Illuminati, the square-and-compass of the Freemasons and the grid that represents the Tree of Life of the Kabbalah. Numerology defines the Kabbalah and is a critical element of the occult. So, too, are the numbers of pens issued in the series. It consists of 289 fountain pens in sterling silver and 289 rollerball pens in sterling silver, for the number of the Masonic lodge in London located on 289 Gerrard Street in Soho, to which the Count was admitted. 22 fountain pens have been fashioned in solid 18K gold, representing the 22 paths of Life, as inscribed on the pen’s barrel, with 10 rollerball pens in solid 18K gold, in accordance with the 10 sephiroth on the Tree of Life. While Montegrappa ascribes no mystical powers to the Count Cagliostro Pens, those who write with it will undoubtedly experience its charms. 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 €34,500.00
Ex Tax:EUR €28,512.40
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Mysticum Arrives With the Count Cagliostro Pen Inaugurating Montegrappa’s new series, Mysticum, is a personality who embodies all that the worlds of the metaphysical and the mysterious encompasses. Mysticum celebrates that which occupies the spaces between the known and the unknown. Appropriately, to initiate its catalogue of notables, the first is a controversial figure encapsulating a mixture of notions from Hermetism, Alchemy, Kabbalah and Freemasonry. He is the legendary Count Cagliostro. Count Cagliostro Count Alessandro di Cagliostro (1743–1795) was the alias of the occultist Giuseppe Balsamo. An Italian adventurer and magician, he became a glamorous figure associated with the royal courts of Europe, practising for them various occult arts, including psychic healing and alchemy. His origins are shrouded in mystery. Cagliostro’s legacy, beyond the romantic attraction of leading a life full of adventures, includes credit for the creation of the Egyptian Rite of the Freemasons and intensive work in the diffusion of Freemasonry, by opening lodges all over Europe and by introducing the acceptance of women into the community. Bringing the saga into the 20th century, notorious occultist Aleister Crowley believed Cagliostro was one of his previous incarnations. The Count Cagliostro Pen Montegrappa acknowledges the importance of Cagliostro in the history of the occult with the Count Cagliostro Limited Edition, available fountain pen and a rollerball pen, in both black resin and sterling silver or with solid 18k gold trim. The fountain pen is piston-fed, with 18k gold nib with filigree decoration. To convey the trappings of the occultist, the Count Cagliostro Pen is decorated with images associated with the various mystical arts. The pen’s clip is crafted with the lost-wax casting technique representing the Caduceus and Cagliostro’s personal seal symbols, while the pen’s barrel and cap are a mixture of silver or gold cutwork and micro-milling. Among the sigils engraved on the pen are the “eye in the pyramid” associated with Illuminati, the square-and-compass of the Freemasons and the grid that represents the Tree of Life of the Kabbalah. Numerology defines the Kabbalah and is a critical element of the occult. So, too, are the numbers of pens issued in the series. It consists of 289 fountain pens in sterling silver and 289 rollerball pens in sterling silver, for the number of the Masonic lodge in London located on 289 Gerrard Street in Soho, to which the Count was admitted. 22 fountain pens have been fashioned in solid 18K gold, representing the 22 paths of Life, as inscribed on the pen’s barrel, with 10 rollerball pens in solid 18K gold, in accordance with the 10 sephiroth on the Tree of Life. While Montegrappa ascribes no mystical powers to the Count Cagliostro Pens, those who write with it will undoubtedly experience its charms. 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 €31,500.00
Ex Tax:EUR €26,033.06
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Mysticum Arrives With the Count Cagliostro Pen Inaugurating Montegrappa’s new series, Mysticum, is a personality who embodies all that the worlds of the metaphysical and the mysterious encompasses. Mysticum celebrates that which occupies the spaces between the known and the unknown. Appropriately, to initiate its catalogue of notables, the first is a controversial figure encapsulating a mixture of notions from Hermetism, Alchemy, Kabbalah and Freemasonry. He is the legendary Count Cagliostro. Count Cagliostro Count Alessandro di Cagliostro (1743–1795) was the alias of the occultist Giuseppe Balsamo. An Italian adventurer and magician, he became a glamorous figure associated with the royal courts of Europe, practising for them various occult arts, including psychic healing and alchemy. His origins are shrouded in mystery. Cagliostro’s legacy, beyond the romantic attraction of leading a life full of adventures, includes credit for the creation of the Egyptian Rite of the Freemasons and intensive work in the diffusion of Freemasonry, by opening lodges all over Europe and by introducing the acceptance of women into the community. Bringing the saga into the 20th century, notorious occultist Aleister Crowley believed Cagliostro was one of his previous incarnations. The Count Cagliostro Pen Montegrappa acknowledges the importance of Cagliostro in the history of the occult with the Count Cagliostro Limited Edition, available fountain pen and a rollerball pen, in both black resin and sterling silver or with solid 18k gold trim. The fountain pen is piston-fed, with 18k gold nib with filigree decoration. To convey the trappings of the occultist, the Count Cagliostro Pen is decorated with images associated with the various mystical arts. The pen’s clip is crafted with the lost-wax casting technique representing the Caduceus and Cagliostro’s personal seal symbols, while the pen’s barrel and cap are a mixture of silver or gold cutwork and micro-milling. Among the sigils engraved on the pen are the “eye in the pyramid” associated with Illuminati, the square-and-compass of the Freemasons and the grid that represents the Tree of Life of the Kabbalah. Numerology defines the Kabbalah and is a critical element of the occult. So, too, are the numbers of pens issued in the series. It consists of 289 fountain pens in sterling silver and 289 rollerball pens in sterling silver, for the number of the Masonic lodge in London located on 289 Gerrard Street in Soho, to which the Count was admitted. 22 fountain pens have been fashioned in solid 18K gold, representing the 22 paths of Life, as inscribed on the pen’s barrel, with 10 rollerball pens in solid 18K gold, in accordance with the 10 sephiroth on the Tree of Life. While Montegrappa ascribes no mystical powers to the Count Cagliostro Pens, those who write with it will undoubtedly experience its charms. 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 €3,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,644.63
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Mysticum Arrives With the Count Cagliostro Pen Inaugurating Montegrappa’s new series, Mysticum, is a personality who embodies all that the worlds of the metaphysical and the mysterious encompasses. Mysticum celebrates that which occupies the spaces between the known and the unknown. Appropriately, to initiate its catalogue of notables, the first is a controversial figure encapsulating a mixture of notions from Hermetism, Alchemy, Kabbalah and Freemasonry. He is the legendary Count Cagliostro. Count Cagliostro Count Alessandro di Cagliostro (1743–1795) was the alias of the occultist Giuseppe Balsamo. An Italian adventurer and magician, he became a glamorous figure associated with the royal courts of Europe, practising for them various occult arts, including psychic healing and alchemy. His origins are shrouded in mystery. Cagliostro’s legacy, beyond the romantic attraction of leading a life full of adventures, includes credit for the creation of the Egyptian Rite of the Freemasons and intensive work in the diffusion of Freemasonry, by opening lodges all over Europe and by introducing the acceptance of women into the community. Bringing the saga into the 20th century, notorious occultist Aleister Crowley believed Cagliostro was one of his previous incarnations. The Count Cagliostro Pen Montegrappa acknowledges the importance of Cagliostro in the history of the occult with the Count Cagliostro Limited Edition, available fountain pen and a rollerball pen, in both black resin and sterling silver or with solid 18k gold trim. The fountain pen is piston-fed, with 18k gold nib with filigree decoration. To convey the trappings of the occultist, the Count Cagliostro Pen is decorated with images associated with the various mystical arts. The pen’s clip is crafted with the lost-wax casting technique representing the Caduceus and Cagliostro’s personal seal symbols, while the pen’s barrel and cap are a mixture of silver or gold cutwork and micro-milling. Among the sigils engraved on the pen are the “eye in the pyramid” associated with Illuminati, the square-and-compass of the Freemasons and the grid that represents the Tree of Life of the Kabbalah. Numerology defines the Kabbalah and is a critical element of the occult. So, too, are the numbers of pens issued in the series. It consists of 289 fountain pens in sterling silver and 289 rollerball pens in sterling silver, for the number of the Masonic lodge in London located on 289 Gerrard Street in Soho, to which the Count was admitted. 22 fountain pens have been fashioned in solid 18K gold, representing the 22 paths of Life, as inscribed on the pen’s barrel, with 10 rollerball pens in solid 18K gold, in accordance with the 10 sephiroth on the Tree of Life. While Montegrappa ascribes no mystical powers to the Count Cagliostro Pens, those who write with it will undoubtedly experience its charms. 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 €2,800.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,314.05
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
There is writing. And then there is calligraphy. Calligraphy is to writing what marquetry is to carpentry. It is the act of applying a second level to the communication which writing accomplishes, for – regardless of form or font – a word on the page or manuscript has a specific meaning. Calligraphy enhances the actual letters which form a word by adding a visual element that both complements and reinforces the message. When written calligraphically, letters and words transcend their basic forms and become precious items. To couple together the spiritual and visual elements of Arabic calligraphy, and to translate them into a pen design, Montegrappa turned to the Lebanese artist and designer, Katya Assouad Traboulsi. Her creativity marries the calligraphy and the Arabesque pattern, which are intricately bound together by history and culture. Based in Dubai, Traboulsi was born in 1960. Since 1986, her work has been exhibited in Paris, Washington, Mexico City, New York, London, Kuwait, Algiers, Beirut, Dubai and other capitals. Traboulsi’s art has entered many private collections all over the world. She has also also published two books, Of Others (2011) and Generation War’ (2013). Traboulsi’s design for the Montegrappa Calligraphy pen features an elegant arabesque medallion in silver as a cap top and an exquisite interplay of enamel arabesque patterns in mother-of-pearl white, red and green. The pen barrel is characterised by its Arabic calligraphy phrase, virtuously embossed on a silver background. The phrase literally reads: “the pen transports culture”, and the symbolism of this phrase is that the pen has been the instrument of transmitting knowledge and culture through time and across generations. Available as a fountain pen only, but with a wide range of nibs including oblique and stub versions preferred by calligraphers, the Montegrappa Calligraphy writing instrument is made of bamboo black celluloid with sterling silver trim. The fountain pen is fitted with an 18K gold nib enhanced with a bicolour arabesque motif. Delivered in a hand-made wooden case devised to protect the pen, it also houses a hardback version of the special book, “Arabic Calligraphy: Worlds Made Precious”. The Montegrappa Calligraphy pen is a limited edition comprising 328 pieces, this number representing the first and oldest discovered document written in a dialect of Arabic and dated 328 CE. 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 €4,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €3,471.07
Availabilty: 12 - 14 business days
Montegrappa, in its capacity of official licensee, has entered into a fantastic new collaboration with the ‘best of the best’ football club competition, the UEFA Champions League. Footballing grandeur fuses with flashes of modern architecture to match the glamour and precision of Europe’s premier sporting spectacle. Wrapped around a body of deep blue resin, an intricate exoskeleton of precious metals provides the setting for the silhouette of the continent’s grandest trophy. Pairing physical perfection with glittering extravagance, it’s an elite player in every sense.Designed in 1967, The iconic UEFA Champions League trophy informs much more than the shiny façade of Best of the Best. Held aloft by many of history’s greatest players, its extravagantly formed handles have been faithfully fashioned into a pocket clip, while the trophy’s gold-plate interior is another feature adopted by the Montegrappa design team. A vacant field on the barrel’s reverse can be used to engrave a personal monogram, sponsor logo, or to record a famous victory.The sterling silver fountain pen iand rollerball arelimited to only 128 pieces each. The number 128 represents the total number of football teams that have taken part in the game competitions since its foundation in 1954/55, until the end of the 2018/2019 season. 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 €2,990.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,471.07
Availabilty: 12 - 14 business days
Montegrappa, in its capacity of official licensee, has entered into a fantastic new collaboration with the ‘best of the best’ football club competition, the UEFA Champions League. Footballing grandeur fuses with flashes of modern architecture to match the glamour and precision of Europe’s premier sporting spectacle. Wrapped around a body of deep blue resin, an intricate exoskeleton of precious metals provides the setting for the silhouette of the continent’s grandest trophy. Pairing physical perfection with glittering extravagance, it’s an elite player in every sense. Designed in 1967, The iconic UEFA Champions League trophy informs much more than the shiny façade of Best of the Best. Held aloft by many of history’s greatest players, its extravagantly formed handles have been faithfully fashioned into a pocket clip, while the trophy’s gold-plate interior is another feature adopted by the Montegrappa design team. A vacant field on the barrel’s reverse can be used to engrave a personal monogram, sponsor logo, or to record a famous victory. The sterling silver fountain pen iand rollerball arelimited to only 128 pieces each. The number 128 represents the total number of football teams that have taken part in the game competitions since its foundation in 1954/55, until the end of the 2018/2019 season.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 €2,590.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,140.50
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Montegrappa, in its capacity of official licensee, has entered into a fantastic new collaboration with the ‘best of the best’ football club competition, the UEFA Champions League. To celebrate 60 years from the first UEFA European Champions Club Cup fixture in 1955/56, Montegrappa is proud to present an exclusive limited edition writing instruments collection, numbering in total 600 Sterling Silver and 60 solid 18k Gold pens. Everywhere you look, you see and sense the spirit of the “Beautiful Game,” from the cap top to the barrel tip. A masculine pen by its very nature, this writing instrument will proudly sit in any football fan’s pocket. The Montegrappa UEFA Champions League Fountain pen is entirely made in precious sterling silver or solid 18k gold, embellished by the sober UEFA Champions League blue resin in the details. The signature clip shares the profile of the Cup’s handle, the football trophy further represented by the pen’s cap top gloriously ending with the UEFA Champions League Starball, gold plated inside just like the true Cup. Peculiarly, the writing instrument’s barrel end is longer than usual, adorned by a double blue resin line to represent the sportsmen’s socks. Both the cap and the barrel of the writing instrument strike for the virtuous low-relief torchon motif in precious metal, declaring name and year of each and every champion of the competition since 1955. 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 €2,990.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,471.07
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Montegrappa, in its capacity of official licensee, has entered into a fantastic new collaboration with the ‘best of the best’ football club competition, the UEFA Champions League. To celebrate 60 years from the first UEFA European Champions Club Cup fixture in 1955/56, Montegrappa is proud to present an exclusive limited edition writing instruments collection, numbering in total 600 Sterling Silver and 60 solid 18k Gold pens. Everywhere you look, you see and sense the spirit of the “Beautiful Game,” from the cap top to the barrel tip. A masculine pen by its very nature, this writing instrument will proudly sit in any football fan’s pocket. The Montegrappa UEFA Champions League Rollerball is entirely made in precious sterling silver or solid 18k gold, embellished by the sober UEFA Champions League blue resin in the details. The signature clip shares the profile of the Cup’s handle, the football trophy further represented by the pen’s cap top gloriously ending with the UEFA Champions League Starball, gold plated inside just like the true Cup. Peculiarly, the writing instrument’s barrel end is longer than usual, adorned by a double blue resin line to represent the sportsmen’s socks. Both the cap and the barrel of the writing instrument strike for the virtuous low-relief torchon motif in precious metal, declaring name and year of each and every champion of the competition since 1955. 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 €2,590.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,140.50
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Precisely 20 years after Montegrappa issued the first Cigar edition, Montegrappa has again honoured this most elevated form of smoking with a new limited edition. Although tobacco usage has fallen out of favour, cigars remain a guilty pleasure for connoisseurs who appreciate the rich tastes and aromas.Made in the special “Tobacco” celluloid, one of the 24 hues Montegrappa boasts in its archives, the Cigar pen resembles the subject with uncanny realism. The colour was chosen for its particular combination of light brown with lighter, pearlised streaks that resemble organic tobacco leaves.Its shape is deceptively simple, just like a cigar, adorned on the outside by the “cigar-band” in precious metal, declaring the brand and its year of foundation. To maintain the uninterrupted form, the Cigar pen does not feature a pocket clip. In terms of size, too, it is a perfect replica of a real cigar, specifically a classic model called a “Laguito n.2,” with sizing of 152 mm in length and 15.08 mm in diameter.Like an actual cigar, the pen possesses a roundish tip “to punch” and light up. A detail that adds to the cigar smoking-like experience is the fully functional puncher that comes out of the pen cap when the latter is pulled downwards.Montegrappa’s Cigar Pen is offered with trim in Sterling Silver or 18k Gold and is available only as fountain pen or rollerball. The nib of the fountain pen is made of 18k gold, embellished with the Montegrappa filigree pattern. Production is limited to the traditional numbers of Montegrappa: 888 fountain and 888 rollerball pens in Silver, and 88 of each in 18k Gold. All Cigar pens are housed in special packaging in the shape of a tobacco leaf.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 €2,275.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,880.17
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Precisely 20 years after Montegrappa issued the first Cigar edition, Montegrappa has again honoured this most elevated form of smoking with a new limited edition. Although tobacco usage has fallen out of favour, cigars remain a guilty pleasure for connoisseurs who appreciate the rich tastes and aromas. Made in the special “Tobacco” celluloid, one of the 24 hues Montegrappa boasts in its archives, the Cigar pen resembles the subject with uncanny realism. The colour was chosen for its particular combination of light brown with lighter, pearlised streaks that resemble organic tobacco leaves. Its shape is deceptively simple, just like a cigar, adorned on the outside by the “cigar-band” in precious metal, declaring the brand and its year of foundation. To maintain the uninterrupted form, the Cigar pen does not feature a pocket clip. In terms of size, too, it is a perfect replica of a real cigar, specifically a classic model called a “Laguito n.2,” with sizing of 152 mm in length and 15.08 mm in diameter. Like an actual cigar, the pen possesses a roundish tip “to punch” and light up. A detail that adds to the cigar smoking-like experience is the fully functional puncher that comes out of the pen cap when the latter is pulled downwards. Montegrappa’s Cigar Pen is offered with trim in Sterling Silver or 18k Gold and is available only as fountain pen or rollerball. The nib of the fountain pen is made of 18k gold, embellished with the Montegrappa filigree pattern. Production is limited to the traditional numbers of Montegrappa: 888 fountain and 888 rollerball pens in Silver, and 88 of each in 18k Gold. All Cigar pens are housed in special packaging in the shape of a tobacco leaf. 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 €1,795.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,483.47
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
A uniquely constructed writing instrument inspired by the Limousin and Tronçais oak barrels of the Cognac region. Solid oak has been shaped to mimic their curvature and staved construction, while bringing tactile delight to the writing experience.Body ornamentations are scorched into the oak’s surface, and shiny, sterling-silver spacer detailing emulate the cognac barrel’s hoops. An all-silver grip section provides the most compelling clue to the Cognac Hors d’Age’s connoisseur standards. Made exclusively as a cartridge/converter fountain pen with sterling-silver accoutrements,and an 18Ct gold nib, Cognac Hors d’Age has been crafted with the connoisseur in mind. Only fifty examples exist. 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 €2,750.00
Ex Tax:EUR €2,272.73
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Joining Montegrappa’s Cult Collection, the new Grappa fountain pen was inspired by the renowned distillate “grappa”- an Italian specialty that nowadays has devotees all over the world. This incredible writing instrument was also thought as homage to Bassano del Grappa – the town Montegrappa calls home, for the place is just as well one of the major producers of this refined liquor. The “grappa” distinct personality is defined by the type and quality of the grapes used, as well as the distillation process or “secret recipe.” As proof of grappa’s ascension to the ranks of chic liquors, many of Italy’s finest wine producers now bottle their own “grappa”, including the “Super Tuscans” Sassicaia and Tignanello. There can be no higher accolade. Both the historic traditions of grappa distilling and the aesthetic of steampunk have inspired and influenced the design of the latest addition to Montegrappa’s Cult collection. The materials used in the pens’ manufacture, reminiscent of the distilling vessels, include stainless steel, brass and copper for the cap and barrel, employed in the manner of the actual equipment’s construction. Montegrappa’s technicians executed hand-applied hammering techniques on the copper components, while tiny screws – both functional and ornamental – remind the user of the technological inspiration of the product. Even the pocket clip continues the grappa-making theme, formed to recall the copper tubing used in the distilling process. Exquisite touches detail both ends of this remarkable writing instrument. Inserted into the top of the cap is a disc made of real cork as used in a grappa bottle top, beneath a filigree-cut octagonal grid recalling Montegrappa’s eight-sided symbol. Lastly, the 18k gold duotone nib is embellished with a bunch of grapes on the vine. The Montegrappa Cult Collection Grappa Pen has been issued as fountain pen, with both cartridge and converter feeders, and as a rollerball. Production is limited to 1912 for the fountain pen and 1912 for the rollerball, the given number denotes the year of establishment of the Montegrappa company. The blind cap of the Grappa pen is reserved for the limited edition number. Embracing the spirit of grappa and its life-enhancing properties, the Montegrappa Cult Grappa Pens arrive in special packaging not unlike the presentation of an actual bottle of the liquor. The pen comes in a blown glass bottle with a large globe base, made by local artisans, bearing the Montegrappa coat of arms in metallic finish. 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 €2,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,818.18
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
Joining Montegrappa’s Cult Collection, the new Grappa rollerball was inspired by the renowned distillate “grappa”- an Italian specialty that nowadays has devotees all over the world. This incredible writing instrument was also thought as homage to Bassano del Grappa – the town Montegrappa calls home, for the place is just as well one of the major producers of this refined liquor. The “grappa” distinct personality is defined by the type and quality of the grapes used, as well as the distillation process or “secret recipe.” As proof of grappa’s ascension to the ranks of chic liquors, many of Italy’s finest wine producers now bottle their own “grappa”, including the “Super Tuscans” Sassicaia and Tignanello. There can be no higher accolade. Both the historic traditions of grappa distilling and the aesthetic of steampunk have inspired and influenced the design of the latest addition to Montegrappa’s Cult collection. The materials used in the pens’ manufacture, reminiscent of the distilling vessels, include stainless steel, brass and copper for the cap and barrel, employed in the manner of the actual equipment’s construction. Montegrappa’s technicians executed hand-applied hammering techniques on the copper components, while tiny screws – both functional and ornamental – remind the user of the technological inspiration of the product. Even the pocket clip continues the grappa-making theme, formed to recall the copper tubing used in the distilling process. Exquisite touches detail both ends of this remarkable writing instrument. Inserted into the top of the cap is a disc made of real cork as used in a grappa bottle top, beneath a filigree-cut octagonal grid recalling Montegrappa’s eight-sided symbol. Lastly, the 18k gold duotone nib is embellished with a bunch of grapes on the vine. The Montegrappa Cult Collection Grappa Pen has been issued as fountain pen, with both cartridge and converter feeders, and as a rollerball. Production is limited to 1912 for the fountain pen and 1912 for the rollerball, the given number denotes the year of establishment of the Montegrappa company. The blind cap of the Grappa pen is reserved for the limited edition number. Embracing the spirit of grappa and its life-enhancing properties, the Montegrappa Cult Grappa Pens arrive in special packaging not unlike the presentation of an actual bottle of the liquor. The pen comes in a blown glass bottle with a large globe base, made by local artisans, bearing the Montegrappa coat of arms in metallic finish. 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 €1,800.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,487.60
Availabilty: Within 7 business days
The Montegrappa Q1 Fountain pen is a marriage of ultra-tough titanium and fine Italian leather for the pen barrel and cap. The internal parts are crafted in stainless steel, in the brand’s classic style. It sports an 18k gold nib with filigree Montegrappa logo fitted at the writing end. Created after two years of research, the Montegrappa Q1 comes with a modern and unique multiple cartridge loading system. This mechanism, similar to the one of a bullet cylinder in a gun, makes it possible for the Montegrappa Q1 fountain pen to write with several ink colours by changing four different cartridges. The Montegrappa Q1 Fountain pen is limited to 100 pieces only. The fountain pen is cased in a wooden chest with soft lining to protect the contents. The case has other compartments to store the pen accessories such as a pair of gloves, a set of tissues and spare ink cartridges. In addition, this writing instrument comes with a syringe, specifically supplied for the cleaning of the feeder from the ink colour last used. 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 €8,250.00
Ex Tax:EUR €6,818.18
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