With price tag $36,000, Tibaldi takes pen making to a new level. Blending custom handmade etchings, with precious metals like 18k gold and silver, coupled with blue amazonite stone decorating cap, the pen is one of a kind gem.
It is a unique one. Inspired by divine proportion, the Divine Proporzione HRH by Visconti gives a tactile sensation. The five facets of the body twist along the length of the pen are separated by expensive white and yellow gold, encrusted with diamonds. Surprisingly, the 18k gold nib comes with 59 diamonds, making a total of 480 diamonds in just one pen.
Fetching a monumental price of $43,000, the expensive Tibaldi for Bentley pens comes with two-tone 18-carat yellow gold nib, covered in rhodium and ruthenium. The pen’s cap and upper and lower barrel parts are especially designed for good grip.
Embellished with diamond and emerald, the pen bears the marks of refinement and enlightenment. Priced $43,000, the pen with gigantic pictorial representation is itself a pallete of classic colors that stand for the radiant desire of classic pen collector.
Made from classic rose gold, this custom designed fountain pen worth $43,000 represents the pink-red hue of the planet. The pen comes with a cap encrusted with 2K of small diamonds similar to polar ice caps, rose gold nib, engraved with representation of Greek god Mars.
Fetching a solid price of $57,000, this custom design fountain pen, bathed in 650 of the finest expensive white diamonds boast of beautiful gold barrel, 18k gold nib, double reservoir and power filler system.
With overwhelming price tag of $60,000, this truncated cone shaped pen is a true embodiment of fact and fancy. Made with 950 platinum and yellow Enamel, with considerable length and diameter, 18K gold rhodiated engraving nib, the pen still holds the record of the most expensive and innovative, ever sold.
To commemorate the centenary of these two renowned brands, Montblanc and Van Cleef & Arpels have collaborated on this fine, limited editions Mystery Masterpiece. Three individual editions, each set with either rubies, sapphires, or emeralds, will be crafted. Using the “Mystery Setting” technique for the gemstones, these intricate writing instruments are set to stun with their extravagant design, and equally-extravagant price: at US$730,000 each, they are truly a fitting homage to a century of each brands’ respective history.
The Aurora Diamante is the most expensive writing instrument till date. The pen features over 30 carats of De Beers diamonds, and is available in solid platinum or white gold versions. It has a two-tone, rhodium-treated, 18KT solid gold nib and is personalized with a coat of arms, signature or portrait.
Aurora Pens says it is the only over 30 carat pen in the world. Apparently, only a single piece will be available for sale per year for around one million euros ($1.3 million).