Montblanc recently launched in Dubai a personal code ink that features a botanical ingredient which prevents falsification of signatures.
Jean Marc Pontrue, Mont Blanc executive vice president for product strategies and development, said the personal code ink is comprised of components containing an invisible, inimitable botanical code which is similar to the human DNA code.
“Only one person will own this ink – you,” said Pontrue, adding that the ink is “matchless” and as “individual” as a fingerprint.
The authenticity of Personal Code Ink will be verified by Montblanc, upon the presentation of a document, letter or memento bearing the owner’s handwriting.
The luxurious French accessories label S.T.Dupont launches a new limited edition called Neptune (Neptune is the God of Water and the Sea in Roman mythology).
S.T.Dupont is paying tribute to this crucial element –water- through this limited edition that embodies waves and serenity in deep blue Chinese placed lacquer.
With just 888 units up for sale, the gift set includes one Ligne 2 lighter, and three Olympio Large pens, which is, a fountain pen, a roller and a ballpoint.
Italian pen maker Ferrari da Varese have worked with Bugatti to create an exclusive pen inspired by the Bugatti Veyron.
The Bugatti Type A pen, designed by Luigi Trenti, is a limited edition pen made from the same grade aluminum as the Veyron’s engine with a stainless steel grip.
The barrel is then plated with nickel then sterling silver then palladium and finally platinum ensuring it does not oxidize.
This week marked the 140th anniversary of the birth of Indian independence pioneer Mahatma Gandhi.
And to commemorate a man who chose a life of poverty and shunned material goods, Montblanc has created a limited-edition pen with a price tag of $25,000.
Just 241 of the handmade pens will be sold, in reference to the number of miles Gandhi walked in his famous march against salt taxes in 1930.
Dunhill‘s creativity in designing fountain pens for the unusual use describes their limited-edition collection for a long time.
Now, they have surpassed themselves with the Sentryman Explorer pen, that was inspired by the needs of South Pole explorers.
This pen’s most notable feature is the pressurized refill where its ink is stored, which allows the pen to write in really cold temperatures (up to 4 below zero).
S.T. Dupont, makers of the world’s most expensive lighter, have come out with an equally luxurious lighter inspired by classic Parisian architecture.
Christened the Place Vendome limited edition Ligne 2 Prestige, this lighter is made from rose gold lighter and is embellished with 192 diamonds.
Defined by its majestic proportions and a strong sense of symmetry it’s one of the most emblematic examples of French 17th century architecture.
In 1810 following his victory at Austerlitz, Napoleon enriched the square by erecting the Vendome Column.