Montblanc 4810 Patron Of Art Pavarotti Fountain Pen
Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007) enthralled audiences with his extraordinary performances and exceptional vocal tone, making him opera's first global superstar. Beyond his musical virtuosity, he was also a dedicated humanitarian and promoter of the arts earning millions through his "Pavarotti & Friends" concerts for educational projects. The design elements of the Montblanc Patron of Art Pavarotti recall his unique style: black lacquer barrel and white lacquer cap like the 'white tie' tuxedo Pavarotti wore on stage; red lacquer floral patterned cone and a turquoise resin cabochon for his off stage Hawaiian shirts; and the gold-plated clip that wraps around like one of his trademark scarves. Etched on the 18K solid gold fountain pen nib is the bent nail that always brought him luck. On the crown is the famous Montblanc emblem. Bottle fill only.
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