Montblanc Writers Edition Victor Hugo Fountain Pen
Montblanc Writers Edition Homage To Victor Hugo Writers Edition
The author’s novel, The Hunchback of Notre Dame is set in Paris during the 15th century, tells the story of Quasimodo, the deformed bell ringer and his unrequited love for the beautiful La Esmeralda. True to Hugo’s passion for social justice, the novel condemns a society that cruelly excludes the likes of Quasimodo and Esmeralda. The characters and themes of the novel are represented in the design of this edition in black precious resin with platinum-coated fittings.
Cap inspired by the imposing gothic architecture of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris
Skeletonized clip inspired by the central rose window of the cathedral with a clip drop
evoking the bell of Notre Dame rung by Quasimodo
Barrel decorated with a pattern reminiscent of the wooden panels in neo-gothic side
from Hugo’s oak gallery in Hauteville House
A face behind clip inspired by an original drawing of Jean Valjean, the protagonist in Les
Misérables by Gustave Brion
A cone shaped like the pillar to which Quasimodo was chained to in Notre-Dame de
18k solid gold rhodium-coated nib adorned with a special engraving of a gargoyle
from the Cathedral of Notre-Dame
Montblanc emblem crafted from precious resin
Bottle fill only.