Montegrappa Ducale Rollerball Pen
The unparalleled elegance of the Montegrappa Ducale Rollerball Pen returns after 80 years with new life in a new collection. First appearing in the 1930s, the Ducale pens marked the arrival of upscale writing instruments for Elmo - the original name for Montegrappa. 'Ducale' acknowledges the famed Doge's Palace, or the Palazzo Ducale, one of the symbols of Venice and a masterpiece of Gothic design. Embodying the essence of Venetian culture and tradition, the Ducale rollerball pens exude sophistication and dignity.
The generously-sized writing instruments are perfectly balanced, a joy to hold and a delight for writing. The Ducale rollerball pens are crafted from resin. The clip holds the signature rolling ball that glides into your pocket.
Montegrappa Ducale Rollerball Pen Features:
- First introduced in the 1930s as an upscale writing instrument
- Balanced resin body for enjoyable writing
- Large size makes the pen easy to hold
- Easily slips into your pocket with signature rolling ball on clip