Searching for a stylish luxury pen? Grab yourself a sterling-silver Maserati-branded pen. Designed by Armando Simoni, the OMAS (Officina Meccanica Armando Simoni, named after its founder) is a standing evidence of the luxury that Italy is famous for.
The Maserati pen comes in roller ball ($2,500) and fountain ($2,750) styles. Each features a Maserati trident and Maserati signature fender vents etched into the body and cap. There are going to be 1914 pens (1914 is the year when the company was established) : 1,200 of the fountain pens and 714 roller balls are to be made.
I would love to show off this elegant pen in my office, but I have got the distinction of being the world’s foremost loser of pens. I buy pens by the dozen, and they disappear at the rate of one per day so I think I am going to keep buying those luxury BIC Pens.
Designer Giorgio Armani and Italian pen maker Tibaldi have collaborated to create a limited-edition collection of fine writing instruments called Giorgio Armani Pens.
The pens will be available in rollerball, ballpoint and traditional fountain models.
“A handwritten note is, today more than ever, a sign of etiquette, elegance and sophistication,” said Armani. “To carry an iconic pen is therefore a symbol of character and style.”
The first series will be released this month and is called the Regal collectionwhich will be limited to 199 numbered pieces.
The Montblanc Skeleton 333 is a tribute, true to the last detail, to this first-ever skeletonised fountain pen made by Montblanc almost 10 years ago. To celebrate the 75th birthday of the “MeisterstÃ¼ck”, or “Masterpiece”, in 1999, Montblanc’s master craftsmen created the first fountain pen in history to use this delicate technique: the Montblanc MeisterstÃ¼ck 149, which caused a sensation all around the world.
The highly sophisticated art of skeletonising, a precise craft by which parts of the barrel of a writing instrument are exposed, transforms it into a transparent work of art.
The transparent, platinum-plated barrel artistically reveals the delicate workings of this much sought-after collectors’ item down to the last detail.
The cap is decorated by a Montblanc star in shimmering mother-of-pearl, and the rhodium-plated 18-karat gold nib captures the eye with its delicate hand engravings.
Alexander has created a limited edition diamond Mont Blanc handcrafted pen exclusively for the elite in aid of charity.
Amosu Diamond MeisterstÃ¼ck fountain pens have been handmade with 77 diamonds, and feature 0.45 carats of VS, F grade diamonds with a choice of white, black, pink, brown or blue diamonds set into the gold clip.
The pen’s ubiquitous style features an 18k gold nib, platinum inlay and black precious resin cap.
Give your luxury writing instruments the respect they deserve with this 14 Karat Gold Sculptural Pen Tray by award winning New York based sculptor and designer Mark Weisbeck.
Curvaceous and modern, this sophisticated design is for executive and home office,
yachts and private jets
Solid , 26 gauge, 7 X 4.5 X 1 inch, mirror polished gold
reflects and cradles the finest, most precious writing instruments. Natural, rare ebony wood base with applied Scottish leather to protect the desktop. Over three ounces of gold. $2600 USD
The masterly combination of highest writing culture and first-class jewellery craftsmanship is revealed in the six magnificent fountain pens in the Montblanc Limited Edition “Boheme Papillon”.
Crafted in the solid white, yellow or rose gold, the pens are studded with over 1,400 scintillating diamonds and sapphires which delicately wrap around the body in three levels and onto the internal spring mechanism.