Discover Montblanc Pen Patron of Art Luciano Pavarotti Limited Edition

For nearly half a century, Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007) enthralled audiences around the world with his extraordinary performances and his exceptional vocal tone, making him opera’s first global superstar. Beyond his musical virtuosity on stage, he was also celebrated for his unique extravagances now captured in the design of the Montblanc Patron of Art Luciano Pavarotti Limited Edition, a writing tribute to the great opera icon. Every detail of the Montblanc Patron of Art Luciano Pavarotti Limited Edition created by Montblanc master craftsmen using the finest materials and applying the utmost precision, celebrates this great performer’s colorful personality and relentless commitment to arts and culture.

The black lacquered barrel and white lacquer cap of the Limited Edition 4810 represent the black tuxedo Pavarotti wore with a white bow tie and white shirt for most of his concerts on stage. The delicate red lacquer floral pattern that adorns the cone and the turquoise resin cabochon at the base of the writing instrument are reminiscent of the Hawaiian shirts Pavarotti loved to wear off the stage. The writing instrument’s gold-plated clip is in the shape of another trademark item from his distinctive wardrobe - one of his favourite extravagant scarfs. The five gold-plated rings that decorate the cap of the Limited Edition 4810 are an homage to the five famous operas which brought Pavarotti international fame and made him one of the finest tenors of the 20th century: “Turandot”, “La Bohème”, “Rigoletto”, “Un ballo in maschera” and “L’elisir d’amore”. Pavarotti never went on stage without his lucky charm, so the 750 solid gold nib of the writing instrument is decorated with the bent nail that brought him luck throughout his illustrious career. Crowning the writing instrument, the Montblanc emblem – a seal of the finest craftsmanship – is crafted from precious black and white resin.

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