Yes, you read that title correctly. Diamonds.
No, I don’t mean the pens have a shiny gloss finish or some sort of crystal design. I don’t mean there is a diamond designed painted on. I mean straight from the ground, carbon rock, beautiful brilliant diamonds.
Montblanc released two pens as part of the already exquisite Meisterstuck LeGrand Collection: one ballpoint and one fountain pen. The fountain pen is equipped with a 14 K gold nib rhodium-plated inlay, precious black resin barrel and cap, and platinum plated clip and rings. As if that weren’t enough, the real catch with this one is the .06 ct. diamond in the cap top of the pen. It looks like it’s suspended in midair. I mean, it doesn’t get much cooler, sleeker or original than that. The ballpoint shares the same remarkable and distinguishing diamond as well as all of the other features as the fountain pen.
If there were ever a pen to invest in, this is it. Every part of this pen was thoughtfully designed and executed, and you are sure to make a statement with it. The floating diamond will mesmerize any eye as you write, and act as the perfect complement to your desk.
I wouldn’t wait too long to order mine!
Ingrid Bergman, one of Hollywood’s finest, with three Academy Awards, two Emmy Awards, and a Tony Award, is being honored by Montblanc with three exquisite pens.
The Montblanc Ingrid Bergman La Donna Special Edition Fountain, Rollerball and Ballpoint Pens are made with the finest materials and the uncompromising craftsmanship that is Montblanc. Inspired by Ingrid Bergman’s era, the 1940’s, the pen has exquisite details and will wow even the most discerning pen lover. The mother of pearl styled lacquered caps, the 18K gold nibs, the teardrop amethysts, the rose gold accents and Ingrid Bergman’s signature is but a few of the refined details that make these pens so luxurious.
Alongside Ingrid Bergman, Montblanc’s Women’s Collection also honors another wonderful artist who made great contributions to her field, literature, Virginia Woolf, with the Montblanc Virginia Woolf Special Edition Pen. Montblanc not only makes some of the finest pens in the world, it also chooses some of the finest women to model their pens after. Here’s looking at you Montblanc!
“We will have to repent in this generation not merely for the vitriolic words and actions of the bad people, but for the appalling silence of the good people.”
“We have the power to make this the best generation of mankind in the history of the world or to make it the last.”
“Each generation should be made to bear the burden of its own wars, instead of carrying them on, at the expense of other generations.”
Since 1906 Montblanc has passed the art of pen manufacturing from one generation to the next; resulting in the creation of the finest pens available in the world. So what better name for a pen collection from Montblanc than the Montblanc Generation Collection!
Montblanc Generation Pens comprise all the best characteristics of fine writing instruments that Montblanc has developed generation after generation. The stainless steel tips, the precious black resin barrels and caps and the platinum plated rings and clips all contribute to the superiority of these pens! As Montblanc declares “the Montblanc Generation Collection is sure to please first-time Montblanc purchasers as well as long-time fans. Exquisite craftsmanship and superb materials are the hallmarks of this sophisticated collection.
Montblanc the symbol of excellence, generation after generation!
Meisterstuck, German for masterpiece. “Masterpiece in modern usage refers to a creation that has been given much critical praise, especially one that is considered the greatest work of a person’s career or to a work of outstanding creativity, skill or workmanship.” Undisputed, the Montblanc Meisterstuck Pen is well deserving of its name!
First developed in 1924 by Montblanc, these pens have continued to represent the best Montblanc has to offer, making these pens a favorite amongst pen officiates all over the world. The classic styling, the use of higher quality materials including black resin, gold, platinum, and silver as well as the pens smooth writing capability all contribute to these pens’ well-deserved name. In fact “the Montblanc Meisterstück 149 fountain pen is considered one of the best-known and most famous writing instruments of our time.”
Meisterstuck, German for masterpiece………. Experience the Meisterstuck that is Montblanc!
Strong. Defined. Powerful. Innovative. These words describe the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, and what’s more impressive is that they also apply to Montblanc’s new pen dedicated to her throne.
Montblanc released two limited edition fountain pens that capture the essence of 16th century England. Thanks to Queen Elizabeth I, England was a world super power that created the foundation for a historic age of culture. Montblanc recognizes this epic era with its pens.
The brilliant lacquer of both writing instruments is modeled on the royal garments of the Queen. The royal insignia is well represented on the cap by the Tudor rose and the cross of the British Crown, along with a green cabochon on the clip. To finish off the adorned cap, the words “Video et taceo” meaning “I see and say nothing” are engraved as a reminder of the famous Queen’s signature motto.
The Queen Elizabeth I fountain pens come in two editions; one is limited to 4810 pieces while the other has only 888. If you are a fan of British History, this pen is the perfect collection piece. This pen is also a worthy addition to any desk or collection and is sure to spark conversation.
Help honor the spirit of the Queen’s dynasty with the new Montblanc fountain pen!
Car enthusiasts, get ready. Cross released a new collection, the C-Series, modeled after sports cars. The collection features fountain and rollerball pens in your choice of blue, champagne and black, with the black coming in two finishes.
The body of the pen is inspired by sports cars while the appointments are designed to reflect lug nuts. The fountain pens are equipped with a twist off cap and a rubberized grip section for optimal comfort. To top it all off, the pen is finished with an 18 karat gold nib with rhodium plating.
The rollerballs use a twist to engage the pen, and the capless design makes for a high tech look. As with the fountain pen, the body brings to mind a sports car, and the appointments scream lug nuts. The pen takes either gel ink or jumbo ballpoint refills, and both are included with your purchase.
I know you’ve been eying that new Audi A5 and that Infiniti G37, but who has the money for them these days? The new Cross C-Series is a great alternative, and the price won’t give you that pit in your stomach…or wallet.
The vanishing point. Nope, not as in the movie or part of a painting. I’m talking Namiki. The vanishing point is one of the brand’s most famous pens, and they’ve vamped it up to go with modern times.
The collection is now bigger and better and available in a fountain pen or ballpoint pen. The fountain pen is larger, but the durable metal body and attractive appointments still keep the pen looking unique. You have the choice of an 18 carat gold fine, medium or broad nib, along with a vast array of deep and rich color finishes. All combinations are completed with rhodium accents to make the look sleek and contemporary.
While all the colors that the pens come in are beautiful, one in particular stands out as particularly new and eye-catching; it’s black, but the middle of the pen looks almost splatter painted in all sorts of fun colors. There are little tiny spurts of blue, pink, yellow and green paint that looks like either spin art or a picture of a starry and clear night sky. I would definitely go with this one if you’re looking for something new and different.
Namiki’s new design also comes in a retractable ballpoint pen that boasts many similar features to the fountain pen. However, the body of the ballpoint is slimmer than the fountain pen, and can be yours in either blue or gun-metal. As with the fountain pen, the ballpoints are finished with rhodium accents to ensure the same modern, clean and classy look you’d expect from these Japanese artists.
One thing is for sure: Namiki is here to stay, and the vanishing point is proof of that. Check them out at Executive Essentials!