Montblanc
Montblanc
Montblanc

Montblanc International (UK: /ˌmɒ̃ˈblɒ̃(k)/, US: /ˌmɑnˈblɑŋk/) is a German manufacturing company of luxury goods, based in Hamburg.

Montblanc produces a wide range of products, including goods for travel, writing implements, watches and jewellery, among other products.

A Hamburg banker, Alfred Nehemias, and a Berlin engineer, August Eberstein, produced simple pens in 1906. After a short period of time Wilhelm Dziambor, Christian Lausen, and later Claus Johannes Voss took over the business. Their first model was the Rouge et Noir in 1909 followed in 1910 by the pen that was later to give the company its new name, Montblanc. The Meisterstück name (English: "Masterpiece", the name used for export) was used for the first time in 1924. Today, the Montblanc brand is on other goods besides pens, including watches, jewellery, fragrances, leather goods, and eyewear.

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The Montblanc 1858 product line is inspired by the legendary professional Minerva watches from the 1920s and 1930s which were conceived for military use and exploration. Reinterpreting these legendary timepieces, the Montblanc 1858 product line expresses the spirit of mountain exploration, embodying the modern trend of returning to nature. The 1858 Chronograph Limited Edition 1858 comes in a 42 mm full bronze case with khaki-green dial, providing an ideal backdrop for the bi-compax counters. The case back is also engraved with the emblematic Mont Blanc mountain, a compass and two crossed ice pick-axes, as a nod to the spirit of mountain exploration. For legibility and design, the khaki-green dial contrasts with historical luminescent cathedral-shaped hands with a “cloisonné” design that have been slightly domed for one of the finest finishes. Other details include beige SuperLumiNova*-coated Arabic numerals, a railway minutes track and the original Montblanc logo from the 1930s era with its historical font and emblem of the Mont Blanc mountain. Providing a contemporary look, the timepiece is equipped with a high-quality woven khaki-green “NATO” strap matching the dial's colour.

RM 22,400.00

The Montblanc 1858 product line is inspired by the professional Minerva watches from the 1920s and 1930s, which were conceived for military use and exploration. Reinterpreting these legendary timepieces, the Montblanc 1858 product line expresses the spirit of mountain exploration, embodying the modern trend of returning to nature. The Montblanc 1858 Geosphere is dedicated to the world’s Seven Summit mountaineering challenge, the holy grail of mountaineering adventures.

RM 16,600.00

Celebrating the 160th anniversary of Minerva, the Montblanc 1858 Geosphere honours the heroes of mountain climbing with a professional-grade, innovative timepiece. Built for those who travel the world in their perpetual quest for exploration, it expresses respect for true mountaineers as it is dedicated to the Seven Summits Challenge – the holy grail of climbers. The combination of materials such as steel and ceramic underlines the high quality and exclusiveness of this timepiece. On the dial, the world’s seven summits are marked with red dots on two turning globes and are also engraved on the case back. The timepiece features a new manufacture world-time complication developed by the Montblanc watchmakers in Villeret: two domed globes, turning in opposite directions, that complete a full rotation in 24 hours. Both are surrounded by a scale with the 24 time zones, along with a day and night indication in contrasting colours. This provides an instinctive way of appreciating the different time zones, aided by SuperLumiNova® applied to the continents for increased visibility and performance at night.

RM 25,600.00

The Montblanc 1858 product line is inspired by the professional Minerva watches from the 1920s and 1930s, which were conceived for military use and exploration. Reinterpreting these legendary timepieces, the Montblanc 1858 product line expresses the spirit of mountain exploration, embodying the modern trend of returning to nature. The Montblanc 1858 Geosphere is dedicated to the world’s Seven Summit mountaineering challenge, the holy grail of mountaineering adventures. It comes in a 42 mm titanium case combined with blue and contrasting icy white design details, finding inspiration in the colors of glaciers. The timepiece features a manufacture worldtime complication developed by the Montblanc watchmakers in Villeret: two domed globes turning in opposite directions, which complete a full rotation in 24 hours. Both are surrounded by a scale with the 24 time zones, along with a day and night indication in contrasting colors. This provides an instinctive way of appreciating the different time zones, aided by SuperLumiNova® applied to the continents for increased visibility and performance at night. The timepiece is finished with a blue Sfumato calfskin leather strap with white stitching.

RM 25,600.00

Bohème is Montblanc’s key feminine product line that interprets the codes of fine watchmaking. The product line blends simplicity with timeless design and features refined complications for today’s independent women. The Montblanc Bohème Day & Night comes in a 34 mm stainless steel case with a silver-white coloured guilloché dial. The day/night indicator allows the wearer to know whether it is day or night just by glancing at the dial. The day is indicated by a light blue sky and gold-coloured sun, while the night is represented by a silver-coloured moon in a dark blue sky. This refined model features rhodium-coated numerals, diamonds indexes and steel blued hands. A matching blue calf leather strap with alligator print complete the overall design. The Montblanc Bohème Day & Night complication is as romantic as it is practical as it can be easily adjusted via the crown without accidentally changing the date.

RM 15,500.00

The Montblanc Star Legacy product line takes its inspiration from Minerva’s heritage and the company’s pocket watches that were made during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Montblanc Star Legacy Small Second features a 32 mm stainless steel case with a curved finish on the sides, giving it a refined shape and pebble effect. The silvery-white dial features the Maison’s exploding star guilloché pattern in the centre and is highlighted by black rhodium-coated Roman numerals. At 6 o’clock, an elegant diamond ring encircles the small-seconds counter set with 28 diamonds (~0.056 ct) and contains a smaller Montblanc exploding star guilloché pattern. The timepiece is completed with a stainless steel bracelet that has been partly polished and partly satin-finished.

RM 13,700.00