For over half a century, Luciano Pavarotti enchanted everyone around the world with his unique voice, becoming the most well known opera singer of his lifetime and a legend that we’ll always remember. Today, Montblanc wants to celebrate this great opera icon with the limited edition Montblanc Patron of Art Luciano Pavarotti, a tribute to his amazing life, colorful personality and incredible voice.
The beautiful Montblanc Pavarotti pens are built with the finest materials and will be available in three different versions. First, the Limited Edition 4810 is inspired from Pavarotti’s usual outfits on stage, a black tuxedo with a white bow tie and an elegant white shirt, hence the black lacquered barrel and white leather cap.
Pavarotti also loved to wear eye catching Hawaiian shirts off the stage, that’s thy this pen also features a turquoise resin cabochon at the base and a delicate flower pattern on the cone. The gold plated clip of this marvelous pen is also inspired from a clothing piece Pavarotti loved – the extravagant scarf. The writing instrument is crowned with the Montblanc logo, like a seal of the finest craftmanship.
Next, the Limited Edition 888 has been inspired from Puccini’s opera Turandot and the popular aria Nessun Dorma which made Pavarotti a global sensation. The opera is based in China, that’s why you can see a lot of influences from the Far East in the design of this writing instrument, with a black and white lacquer dragon and his sparkling red garnet eyes on the cap of this pen.
The Patron of Art Luciano Pavarotti Limited Edition 98 will be a true collector’s piece, because this pen will be limited to just 98 pieces, of course. This writing instrument can literally take your breath way, with an eye catching design inspired from Pavarotti’s work and influence in the music industry.
The Limited Edition 98 features a mythical Chinese dragon that’s made from skeletonised 750 solid gold and wraps around the pen’s cap and barrel. There’s also a delightful jasmine flower engraved in white jade that sits on the 750 solid gold cone and the finishing touch is a beautifully engraved portrait of the Italian tenor that decorates the gold nib of this writing instrument.