Montegrappa Ducale Murano
Almost a century of glory The Ducale brand appears for the first time in the 1930s to mark the high-end pens of the Elmo line.
The name drew inspiration from the famous Doge’s Palace, one of the symbols of the city of Venice.
Today, the collection origins are added a new prestigious connotation - Murano - as the antique glass making tradition.
The new Montegrappa Ducale Murano collection consists of a fountain pen, a ball-point and a rollerball, offered in the delicious pearlised sea shades of the resin with palladium trim.
As with all Montegrappa pens, the clip terminates in the signature ball to facilitate easy removal from or insertion into one’s pocket.
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