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Writing With Purpose

We’re talking collabs. This time Montblanc has teamed up with renowned designer Marc Newson again to offer the (Montblanc M)RED edition. With the first edition An all-red edition being a hit, Montblanc followed up with the limited Rhodium version. The red edition was less expensive and less limited. If you […]

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Tea and Crumpets

All hail the queen! The Montblanc Patron of Arts Elizabeth 1, is a tribute to the original Queen Elizabeth of England from 2010. Every year Montblanc releases some pretty sick limited edition Patron of Arts, but better late than never. This Patron of Arts edition highlights some of the life […]

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A Double Shot That Lasts

Minimalism, a word that has become almost an active religion in recent years. These days when people say minimal they want less with more style. The Caran dAche 849 Nespresso ballpoint pen is just that. This is the second edition of the Swiss connection of Caran d’Ache and Nespresso. Two […]

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The Way of The Samurai

It is no secret that we love Japanese culture and writing instruments here at inkstable. So this next pen should come as no surprise. We finally got our hands on the Graf von Faber Castell Fountain pen of the year 2018 black edition. Graf von Faber Castell releases a pen […]

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Welcome To The Jungle

Last week we were finally able to get our hands on the Montblanc Writers Edition Homage to Rudyard Kipling Jungle green resin rollerball, and The “Tribute to IF” fountain pen. I must say, we really enjoyed our time with these beautiful pieces. The first thing I noticed when holding these […]

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Sophisticated Simplicity

How do you explain 1000 years of japanese art and craftsmanship in one sentence? The answer is: you can’t. There is one thing though. The Namiki Yukari Royale and we had the great honor, actually the privilege of having it in our offices. The Yakuri Royale is like that word […]