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1 september 2021
Montblanc Meisterstück Great Masters: Pirelli Limited Edition 1872

  
From the moment the Montblanc Meisterstück collection was launched in 1924, it has always remained one of the finest embodiments of European artisanal arts. Today the Montblanc Meisterstück writing instruments are seen as true icons of style. Each item requires virtuoso work and careful processing, going through more than 100 stages during production. This drive for perfection and constant attention to detail are the main features of both Montblanc and the car tire brand Pirelli, established in 1872, more than 150 years ago. The two brands share similar values, including care for artisanal work, and maintain the further enhancement and commitment to mastery and skills between generations. By launching the new Meisterstück Great Masters Pirelli Limited Edition 1872, Montblanc is uniting the world of writing instruments and the world of car tire production with their unique heritage of innovation.

Pirelli and Montblanc also share a key raw material that has served both brands from their inception: natural rubber. Pirelli has used it to create all sorts of products, while Montblanc added ebonite – vulcanized natural rubber – to its first writing instruments. The characteristic black colour of natural rubber contrasts well with red detailing, and both brands have used this colour combo to their advantage: Montblanc launched the Rouge et Noir fountain pen collection, while Pirelli used red as a signature branding colour and even designated a specific hue of red for further use in the 1990s.

This combination of colours can be seen in the Meisterstück Great Masters Pirelli Limited Edition 1872: both the cap and the body of the pens are made from black natural rubber with added red detailing in the form of rings, further enhanced by the mother-of-pearl Montblanc emblem.

The new pattern introduced with Meisterstück Great Masters Pirelli Limited Edition 1872 is inspired by the historical logo of PIRELLI, designed in 1966. The legendary “Р”, introduced in 1908, is engraved into 750 gold nibs of the pens, with a stylized image of a rotating tire placed just underneath.


1 september
Montblanc Meisterstück Great Masters: Pirelli Limited Edition 1872

  
From the moment the Montblanc Meisterstück collection was launched in 1924, it has always remained one of the finest embodiments of European artisanal arts. Today the Montblanc Meisterstück writing instruments are seen as true icons of style. Each item requires virtuoso work and careful processing, going through more than 100 stages during production. This drive for perfection and constant attention to detail are the main features of both Montblanc and the car tire brand Pirelli, established in 1872, more than 150 years ago. The two brands share similar values, including care for artisanal work, and maintain the further enhancement and commitment to mastery and skills between generations. By launching the new Meisterstück Great Masters Pirelli Limited Edition 1872, Montblanc is uniting the world of writing instruments and the world of car tire production with their unique heritage of innovation.

Pirelli and Montblanc also share a key raw material that has served both brands from their inception: natural rubber. Pirelli has used it to create all sorts of products, while Montblanc added ebonite – vulcanized natural rubber – to its first writing instruments. The characteristic black colour of natural rubber contrasts well with red detailing, and both brands have used this colour combo to their advantage: Montblanc launched the Rouge et Noir fountain pen collection, while Pirelli used red as a signature branding colour and even designated a specific hue of red for further use in the 1990s.

This combination of colours can be seen in the Meisterstück Great Masters Pirelli Limited Edition 1872: both the cap and the body of the pens are made from black natural rubber with added red detailing in the form of rings, further enhanced by the mother-of-pearl Montblanc emblem.

The new pattern introduced with Meisterstück Great Masters Pirelli Limited Edition 1872 is inspired by the historical logo of PIRELLI, designed in 1966. The legendary “Р”, introduced in 1908, is engraved into 750 gold nibs of the pens, with a stylized image of a rotating tire placed just underneath.


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