Montegrappa

ST. MORITZ Limited

Celluloid and artistic painting for celebrating St. Moritz St. Moritz

St. MoritzSt. Moritz has come to symbolise all that a Swiss destination should be: genteel and refined, exclusive yet welcoming. So great is the impact that St Moritz has had on the global consciousness, since it first welcomed skiers nearly 150 years ago, that it has grown to be both cinematic and literary "shorthand" for luxurious getaways.
As far back as 1934, Hitchcock used it in a movie and, later, St. Moritz appears in James Bond's movies (Goldfinger, For your eyes only).
But St Moritz supports much more than skiing, golf and other leisure pursuits. Every year, this town welcomes the arts, celebrated with exhibitions, seminars, walks and other attractions.

Montegrappa created a series of pens honouring the Swiss resort of St Moritz, coinciding with the 2010 St Moritz Arts Masters, being one of the official sponsor.

St Moritz pens

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stilografica
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roller
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The pens are made in celluloid, a material made from cotton fiber mixed with natural pigments and pearl, and decorated with sterling silver trims (or solid gold, for a more precious version).

To decorate the barrel, the Montegrappa designers chose three different posters that illustrate the historical myth of St Moritz; each image is hand painted by the artist Lorena Straffi.

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poster




The Woods

The pen features warm brown celluloid cap and bottom; the barrel has been painted with a reproduction of a vintage advertising of St. Moritz, with a snowy landscape in a wood, few skiers and a horse-sledge following them.
It shows an untouched and unspoiled environment, and a very modern and absolutely exclusive sport (ski) in the Twenties.


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poster





White Turf

The pen with red celluloid cap and bottom (and red lacquered St. Moritz' logo, too, in the central band) has been hand painted reproducing the advertising of a horse race in 1927. White snowy turf, and white mountains on the background, with a clear blue sky. The red jacket of a jockey links to the red cap.


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Summer Golf

The third pen has cap and bottom in deep blue celluloid (and the St Moritz logo on the central band in blue lacquer too) and has been painted with the vintage poster that advertised the 18-hole Golf Club, in a summer landscape.
An elegant lady is going to play, while her partner and the caddie are looking at her.

boxLimited
Limited Edition
300 silver fountain pens
300 silver roller
8 gold fountain pens
8 gold roller
each theme

The collection is a Limited Edition of 1856 pieces in total, a number that represents the altitude in St Moritz, divided in three different themes; plus 8 pieces that will be made on order, with solid gold and diamonds, and the customer's choice theme.

Piston filled
18 Kt gold nib, decorated with Montegrappa greek design, F, M, B.


  Description Color Version Price €
Gold

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St Moritz- hand painted L.E. fountain pen     € 2600.00
St Moritz- hand painted L.E. roller   roller  € 2300.00
St Moritz- hand painted L.E. fountain pen- gold trims    Ask for Price
St Moritz- hand painted L.E. roller - gold finishing   roller Ask for Price
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Would you like to add any accessories ?

Penna - pens magazine - latest issue
€ 7.00

Refills for rollerball - 10 pcs package

€ 55.00
  
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