CraftsmanshipFeb 06 2013 | The heart and soul of European craftsmanship – this is what Montblanc has embodied for more than a century, first at its writing instruments manufacture in Hamburg and now also at its two watchmaking workshops in Switzerland, its leather goods manufacture in Florence and its design studio in Paris.
10 Questions About Montblanc’s Commitment to CultureFeb 06 2013 | For Montblanc, with a tradition going back more than 100 years based on the culture of writing, it seems natural to get involved in fields that also stand for expert craftsmanship, artistry, and quality. All projects initiated or sponsored by Montblanc in the fields of classical music, theatre, and the fine arts on the one hand preserve traditional values and on the other offer new ideas and...
HistoryFeb 01 2013 | In 1906, two German businessmen – Alfred Nehemias, a merchant from Hamburg, and August Eberstein, an engineer from Berlin – returned from a trip to the United States. There, they had been fascinated by a new invention: the fountain pen. Though still imperfect, this ingenious design, containing its own ink tank, dispensed with the need for a separate inkwell – an important...
The History of MontblancJan 05 2011 | A chronological view from 1906 to 2012 on the company's history of Montblanc.
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