Montblanc has re-launched its baby pens from the early 20th century


Going back in history and reviving it all over again is Montblanc. The marquee recently decided to introduce some of its heritage models from a century ago with the re-launch of the exclusive “Baby” pen Yes, that’s right! Released as a special edition collection under its Rouge et Noir lineup, the novel writing instruments from the 1910s and 1920s are small, handy, and ideal for travel. The compact pens come with a black body with platinum-coated hardware, or an ivory tone coupled with gold-coated fittings.

Both options are made available in either a classic fountain pen configuration or a modern ballpoint pen mechanism. Each edition is also topped with a red-colored resin cap that wraps around an ivory-colored Montblanc emblem.

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The Montblanc baby pens pay an ode to the marquee’s heritage colors, materials, and details while characterizing minimalist aesthetics with sheer elegance. For those interested to buy them, the Rouge et Noir “Baby” series will be available soon over on the brand’s website, with prices starting from $465 and going all the way up to $795.

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In case you’re looking to gift a special someone something or simply willing to splurge, you know where you need to look!

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