Montblanc Masters for Meisterstück series is a tribute to the traditional French knives
Symbolizing outstanding savoir-faire since 1924, the celebrated and the paramount creator of writing instruments, Montblanc has long cherished a subtle respect for other artisans and exponents of fine craftsmanship. And, this becomes apparent from some of the brand’s finest writing instruments like the Alfred Hitchcock pens which pays homage to the auteur director of films related to genre of horror and suspense, the two Artisan Edition Pablo Picasso pens as a tribute to iconic artist Pablo Picasso, the Patron of Art Edition 2012: Joseph II series, and the recently introduced Montblanc Meisterstück Mozart Jewellery Fountain pens which pays homage to legendary composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Now, Montblanc pays tribute to both the paradigm of excellence of the Meisterstück and the visionary traditions of master craftsmen, with its Montblanc Masters for Meisterstück L’Aubrac, which actually brings the Montblanc expertise of creating writing instruments with Forge Laguiole, the epitome of traditional French quality knives.
With the Masters for Meisterstück L’Aubrac, Montblanc proudly pays tribute to the excellence of Forge de Laguiole knives, which are crafted in the L’Aubrac region of southern France.
The Montblanc Masters for Meisterstück L’Aubrac Special Edition comprises a Meisterstück LeGrand Fountain Pen and Rollerball crafted from precious granadilla wood. Synonymous with the traditional knife handle, the famous small rivets have been carefully embellished on the barrel, while the clip is platinum-plated and the fittings are carefully made in sterling silver.
Further, the 18K gold nib and the Montblanc emblem, in mother-of-pearl, round up this special edition.