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Boheme Papillon by Montblanc: Writing Jewels on Your Desk

Feb 07, 2008
Have you ever watched a butterfly? All kinds of butterflies heat the imagination and excite general admiration.

Montblanc craftsmen have also noticed the amazing beauty of these unique creatures that have always been a source of inspiration for artists, poets and jewelers.

The new limited edition collection of jewelry fountain pens 'Boheme Papillon' is Montblanc homage to butterflies.

The collection consists of six magnificent fountain pens. Each artistically skeletonised writing jewel is made of white, yellow or rose gold and studded with about 1,400 glittering diamonds and sapphires.

The fountain pens are decorated with the delicate butterflies and filigree plant tendrils embellished with precious stones. The top of the cap is adorned with the beautiful star-shaped patented Montblanc Diamond that radiates in all facets of the light.

The new Montblanc collection pens are fascinating and unique writing instruments, created for admirers and collectors who appreciate the exceptional.

'Boheme papillon' is the continuation of Montblanc's tradition to create writing marvels.

All luxurious and exceptional writing instruments by Montblanc always hit the market. Wealthy consumers and collectors adore Montblanc jewelery craftsmanship.

The company doesn't try to compete with mass consumer. It creates limited edition of jewelry writing tools. And each writing jewel from Montblanc can cost more than several cars! Can you imagine?!


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Jan 22, 2018 09:44 PM | Unknown



Oct 09, 2012 10:12 AM | Somjate

We fountain pen cltoeclors do not worship Satan, though we do occasionally sell our children to get money for more pens and ink. I second Sbrebrown's advice about getting a Noodler's pen to start with or in any case an inexpensive good pen rather than a costly one. Only practice with a pen will tell´╗┐ you whether you prefer a light or a heavy (i.e., metal-barrel) pen, a thin or a thick one, a fine, medium, or broad nib, and so on. Best to experiment with cheapies first.


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