MONTPARNASSE Silvery Finishing
MONTPARNASSE Silvery Finishing
1989
MONTPARNASSE Silvery Finishing
Story

The name of this pen evokes the end of the 19th century, when Paris was synonymous with beauty, glory and seduction and Montparnasse was the meeting place of great artists such as Baudelaire, Monnet, and Manet.The pen’s body ends with a ‘flange’; the barrel begins with a rocking half ring providing access to the pen’s section.

Know-How

Guillochage is a goldsmithing technique that consists of engraving straight, wavy, parallel or intertwined lines symmetrically on an object using a specifically shaped tool either made of tungsten carbide or a real diamond.

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