Luxury Writing Instruments
Protect and display your treasures with a. Shop from our collection of Luxury writing instruments including fountain pens, rollerball pens and ballpoint pens. Enhance your writing experience with highlighters, inkwells, and colored pens and art sets.
Fine Writing Instruments
Protect and display your treasures with a. Shop from our collection of fine writing instruments including fountain pens, rollerball pens and ballpoint pens. Enhance your writing experience with highlighters, inkwells, and colored pens and art sets.
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In 1909, a German banker and engineer teamed up to start a business making fine fountain-style pens in Hamburg. The company, then called Simplo Filler Pen, produced its first pen, the Rouge et Noir, that year. The next year, they produced a new model of pen called the Montblanc. From then on, the company went by that name, and the term Montblanc came to be synonymous with luxury fountain-style pens. Today, Montblanc is still one of the leading manufacturers of luxury pens in the world. All of their pens are handmade and come with features like gold nubs and piston filling mechanisms. Montblanc also makes a range of other luxury goods as well, including watches, leather goods and jewelry. Because Montblanc products can be a large investment, buyers will want to take the time to learn about these products before purchasing. Montblanc Writing Instruments Montblanc got started by making fountain-style pens, and they are still the brand's most popular products. Over the years, Montblanc has made many different types of pens, all of which are considered luxury items but have varying features. Montblanc Meisterstuck The Meisterstuck is Montblanc's most well-known collection of writing instruments. It was first produced in 1924 and has been in production ever since. Though the History of Pens and Writing Instruments
Series of articles tracing the history of writing from cave paintings to ball-point pens, and some additional pencil and eraser trivia.