The Montblanc Wedding Pen is a tribute to the Monaco royal wedding

Andrea Divirgilio / July 2, 2011

A wedding tribute to Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene form Montblanc

Montblanc, a writing marvel, has always surprised us with amazing and luxurious writing instruments. Be it the Prince Rainier III Limited Edition 81 Pen, Boheme Royal Diamond or the Meisterstück that was created to pay tribute to the brand, each pen is a wonder in itself. Once again the brand is proud to announce its wedding collection pen that has been created to pay homage to H.S.H. Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco as a unique wedding gift.

The brand has created a one of a kind pen that dazzles with exceptional design and diligent craftsmanship. The pen is designed by a well known artisan of Montblanc Atelier Hamburg. “There is a very, very short moment, when you have the idea for the design,” states Carlo Giordanetti, Montblanc Creative Director. “It is like falling in love – you cannot plan or measure it, but you have to make it happen.”

Inspired by the architectural elements of the Palais Princier, the diamonds and rubies are used in the pen to honor the flag of Monaco that is red and white in color. Embellished with the monogram of the princely couple, the pen is adorned with 128 diamonds and 161 rubies. The pen is attractively rendered into the skeleton of the solid white gold and the hand crafted nib is

The unique Montblanc Wedding Pen is inspired by the architectural elements of the Palais Princier and the Principality Flag, embellished with the monogram of the Princely Couple and precious stones: 128 diamonds and 161 rubies that refer to the a crown, dove and rings that symbolize the love of the couple.

Via: Montblanc

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