Best of both worlds - Sailor for Montegrappa
Italian-Japanese fusion is a notion that immediately conjures ideas of
refinement, rarity and singular flavor. Whether in architecture, fashion
or cuisine, collisions of Eastern and Western sensibilities are seldom
more compelling than when these two cultures intersect.
Collaborations across cultural divides often require the more established
partner to reveal the context for partnership and provide their
audience with a sense of discovery. But for insiders, Montegrappa and
Sailor are names that require neither introduction nor justification.
This comes as no surprise. Born only one year apart, each has spent
more than a century defining pinnacles of craftsmanship in its own
right. Both have come to embody standards universally admired by
discerning writers and pen owners. Now, for the first time, two complementary
ideals arrive fused into one product. Nicknamed ‘the Admiral’, we’re confident you’ll agree it truly embodies the best of both worlds. Referencing eighty years since the model’s introduction, the Ammiraglio 1939 fountain pen is available as a limited edition of only 80 units in each of the following celluloid colors: Butterfly, Glittering Blue, Charcoal, Malachite and Turtle Brown.
Montegrappa Ammiraglio 1939 Fountain Pen - Glittering Blue - Broad Point Specifications:
Finish: hand-carved from premium Mazzucchelli celluloid
Trim: 0.925 Sterling Silver
Nib: 18kt gold Sailor nib
Filling System: Piston Filling
Limited Editon of only 80 units of each of the colors
Gift Boxed including one ink bottle