Montblanc Patron of Art Moctezuma I 4810 Fountain Pen with Pierced Sky Ink

£1,945.00

1 in stock

 

Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this Montblanc Patron of Art 4810 Homage to Moctezuma I Limited Edition Fountain Pen, which comes with its full set of presentation boxes (including outers), bottle of Pierced Sky ink and stamped booklet – confirming first purchase on 12th November 2020. Only 4810 examples were produced and this is number 1514. The pen has barely been used and is presented in wonderful condition – the protective tape can still be found on the grip section.

 

 

 

In 2020, Montblanc honoured the ruler of the Aztec Empire, Moctezuma I. He was crowned ruler in 1440 and was responsible for the golden age of the Aztecs.

 

 

 

 

The design of the pen is extremely richly detailed, with the shape being based on an Atlatl (a spear thrower). The cone, with it’s impressive hammered finish, takes its inspration from an Aztec sacrificial knife, with an obsidian blade. The colourscheme of red and turquoise reflect those on the royal cloak.

 

 

 

The two hieroglyphs found on the cap, symbolise the years of Moctezuma I’s reign.

 

 

 

The 18k medium nib is finely engraved with an engraving, which is inspired by the Aztec glyph for the city of Tenochitlan.It’s a piston filler, so your choice here is bottled ink. The filling system is the same as the 1912 Heritage, so to activate it you gently pull the hammered finish piston cone and then fill in the usual way.

 

 

 

The important details are as follows…

 

 

Wonderful Condition

 

 


Montblanc Presentation Box

 


Limitation Number present 

 

 


Medium Nib

 

 


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