Miya 450 represents the end of an era

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The word that comes to mind when one encounters the Montegrappa Miya 450 is stately. There is just something about this pen that elicits awe in even the most novice of pen lovers. The more veteran pen aficionado recognizes that the material it’s made from, antique celluloid, represents the end of an era. As celluloid becomes less available, replaced with modern materials like acrylic and resin, its desirability increases.

Made from celluloid taken from the vault of remaining blanks at Montegrappa’s headquarters in Bassano del Grappa, the Miya 450 is a reminder why so many fountain pen enthusiasts are hot on the trail of anything released in this scarce material.

   

It’s classic, it’s luxe and the colors are rich and vibrant. Like the most brilliant gems, the celluloid flashes light as one turns the pen in their hands.  The feel when writing is warm and oh so comfortable. It’s a substantial pen, but not bulky.

The pen has a 14K Gold Nib and is available in XF-Broad, XF Flex and Fine Flex. It is trimmed in engraved sterling silver. Adding to the Miya’s cache, only 450 pieces have been made due to the rarity of the material. It is subtly detailed and yet, a true attention stealer. This is a rare find for any ardent fountain pen lover or your favorite Italophile.

Montegrappa Miya 450 Fountain Pen set.

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