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The material of the barrel of the pen fully matches up to the claim of exclusivity: precious Caucasian walnut wood. Stored for many years, walnut wood is tough and not particularly elastic yet it does not warp or splinter. It also better withstands compression and flexing forces than oak. In short, it is the ideal wood for the stock of a gun – a...
The Montegrappa Ernest Hemingway Series is a beautiful set of pens honoring the writer of it's namesake and the many facets of his life. The first is the Soldier. Worked into the sterling silver are images of his military career, including the medals earned and a Model-T ambulance. The body is a beautifully crafted green resin, to represent the ...
Precisely 20 years after Montegrappa issued the first Cigar edition, Montegrappa has again honoured the most elevated form of smoking with a new limited edition. Although usage has fallen out of favour, cigars remain a guilty pleasure for connoisseurs who appreciate the rich tastes and aromas. In the modern era, with smoking no longer accepted i...
The American West, land of adventerous explorers and new frontiers. The third pen of Visconti's scrimshaw triliogy capture the spirit of the Wild West. The motif on the barrel is an intricately scrimshaw engraved image of the classic Cowboy riding a mustang. The cap as well as the pen's beautiful display box is made from handtooled leather, and ...
Lorenzo de' Medici (1449-1492 Firenze) the Prince of Princes, was an Italian statesman and the "de facto ruler" of the Florentine Republic, who was the most powerful and enthusiastic patron of the Renaissance. Also known as Lorenzo il Magnifico (the Magnificent) by his contemporary Florentines, he was a magnate, diplomat, politician and patron o...