Patron Of Art Limited Edition 4810 Henry E. Steinway Fountain Pen
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Each year Montblanc honors modern day patrons of the art with a unique limited edition writing instrument inspired by a patron of the arts of history. The 2014 Montblanc Patron of Art pen honors Henry E. Steinway, a famous piano maker. Steinway pioneered the modern piano. The 4810 pen has the distinctive black and gold color combination of a classic Steinway grand piano with the barrel in deep black lacquer and gold-plated fittings.
Limited to 4,810 pieces
750 gold nib is intricately engraved with a portrait of Henry E. Steinway
Deep black lacquer barrel
Cap is decorated with a 750 gold harp, the musical heart of the piano
Gold-plated clip references the screw clamps used to bend the grand piano into its distinctive sweeping curve
The name 'Steinway and Sons', seen above the keyboard of a Steinway creation, is inscribed on the gold-plated cone ring
Montblanc white star in precious black and white resin crowns the pen
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