Mughal architecture and culture stated its peak when the world-known Taj Mahal rose up from the ground. The building was a representation of the owner whose decision of constructing a fine memorial came from a deep love towards his wife, who unfortunately had passed away during childbirth. Mughal-inspired high artistry writing tools describe the oriental culture better than anything else. The elaborate tools for writing come in colourful and shiny stones that give a tone of opulence. Probably, due to their look they will get more attention than a pack of gold put aside.
Montblanc High Artistry Writing Tools
The luxurious writing tools come in limited edition in a triple of styles. The styles are so unique though, that the producer has only released 3 of these pens in the world. The methods that the author used to create the extraordinary instruments are quite various. Naming several of them, these expensive pieces experience processes of enameling, hand detailing, stone cutting and sophisticated decoration with gold and jewels.
The only thing that is the same in the design of the 3 jaw-dropping writing tools, is that their tips remind you of Mughal daggers, which have a mild curvature. It’s a symbol of both aggression and power. The rest of the body of the tool respectively reminds of the dom of Taj Mahal on the cap and the middle part bears Mughal decorations, which look completely different on the other 2 variations. The details of the 3 magnificent tools are described below.
Black Myth Writing Material
The eye-catching unique edition’s name already gives some explanation to the color that the pen comes with. The dominant colors being white and black , brilliant diamonds and black sapphires have found their place along with the white gold. The precious gems not only appear on the body, but the crown cap too has a diamond of 6.24 karats. The peacock feather includes more than a double of the karats coming with the cap. The yellowish gold nib of 18 karats can be found on the Black Myth edition of writing tools.
Insignia of Power Pen of Yellow and Red Colors
The signature edge of the oriental daggers has been mentioned not only in the design but also in the name of the luxurious pen. Insignia of Power inclues 18 karat gold and bloody rubies arranged in an uneven style of Kundan setting. Here too, the carved lovebirds separate the 18k gold nib. Shah Jahan, who was the ruler at his time, inherited a precious dagger from his father. Thus, the Insignia of Power was created in resemblance of the cold weapon.
Tears of the Moon Edition
The last of the limited edition writing tools by Montblanc is the most colorful of the 3. The colors include emerald green, ruby red, golden yellow and white diamond. Emeralds were sacred during the times of Taj Mahal, and rulers also passed jewelries of emeralds to their generations. Tears of the Moon edition is a reminder of celebration and wealth.
All of this exciting tools for writing have a price of 1.8 million to 2 million euro.
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