Queen Elizabeth has long been an iconic political figure in the history England. The reign of this popular queen was known as The Golden Age of English History.
Well, I haven’t seen lot of luxury brands honoring history moguls but Montblanc proved to be different. With its two limited edition fountain pens, Montblac has tried to revive the popularity of this enigmatic queen is one of the best loved monarch of all times. Hailed as “Limited Edition Patron of Art Elizabeth I”, the pens are a display of elite taste and design.
The Patron of Art Edition Elizabeth I Limited Edition 4810 gleams with etchings and adornments and brings out the splendor of her reign. With an 18K gold nib and a bejeweled gold crown on the cap, the pen’s brilliant lacquer displays the royal garments of the queen. The words “Video et taceo” which means I see, sand say nothing are engraved on the cap that serve as a reminder of the queen’s strategy motto.
The limited edition 888 solid gold fountain pen has a similar lacquer and 18k gold nib. The distinguishing feature here is the shimmering mother-of-pearl design that sits on top of the cap.