Celebrating the Bicentennial of Giuseppe Verdi's birth.
1813-2013: Celebrating the bicentennial of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth, perhaps the greatest composer and musician of all times! This exclusive collection is manufactured as a limited edition of 1813 units (350 fountain pens, 650 roller balls and 813 twist-action ballpoint pens).
Each pen is turned from rods of black resin and is accented with rhodium plated trim. One side of the cap is laser engraved with a portion of Giuseppe Verdi’s face, whilst the other side features his signature. The cap’s band features the anniversary dates (1813-2013) on the front and the wording “Bicentenario” (Italian for “Bicentennial”) at the back.
The top of the cap boasts the typical Montegrappa logo, proudly surrounded by the Italian tricolour. As an endorsement to this beautiful collection, the logo of Teatro Regio di Parma’s Foundation graciously decorates the sections of fountain pen and roller ball and the ball pen’s tip. The fountain pen is fitted with a cartridge /converter filling system and a rhodium plated 18K gold nib.
Out Of Stock - £264.00 £330.00
Made of Aluminium and Stainless steel trim
Cap may be screwed onto the barrel end in writing position
Design inspired by Saturn V Rocket.
Special Packaging below.
Desiderio – Italian for “Desire”
Desiderio represents deeply-felt desire, the longing one has for the target or their ardor. It may be the need to perform a particular function or role, or having a wish come true. It is a most powerful force, one that fuels great art, heroic achievement, herculean effort. But it is also personal, an inner drive that craves fulfillment or satisfaction. When it flows from the mind of the musician, it can transcribe the notes to an epic symphony or a plaintive ballad. For another, it will yield a love letter that will scorch the page, or a poem that will wrench a response from the heart of the reader.
Materials: Resin, Sterling silver trim
Out Of Stock - £133.00 £190.00
After eighty years, the glorious Ducale trademark comes back, to give life to a collection of unparalleled elegance.
The Ducale brand appears for the first time in 1930s to mark the high-end pens of the Elmo line. The name drew inspiration from the famous Doge's Palace, one of the symbols of the city of Venice and Venetian Gothic masterpiece, located in the monumental Piazza San Marco, between the Piazzetta and the Pier. After eighty years, Montegrappa is proud to relaunch the glorious Ducale collection. Fountain pen, ballpoint and rollerball in strictly black, with a choice of palladium or rose gold plated trim, or pearly Emperador Brown resin available with rose gold plated trim. A generously-sized pen, perfectly balanced, which is a joy to hold and a pleasure to write with.
Out Of Stock - £180.00
Free Pashmina with every Rainbow Pen.