Montblanc Revives Its Early 20th-Century ‘Baby’ Pens

Montblanc has been dishing out luxury pcket goods since 1906, and the brand is acknowledging its heritage by reviving one of its original products. The German label’s new Rouge et Noir Baby Pen is a reimagined take on its archival Baby pens from the 1910s and ‘20s.

As its name implies, these new pens garner inspiration from Montblanc’s original fountain pen developed in 1906, the Rouge & Noir. This revived accessory is put forth in a pair of sleek colors. You’ll be able to choose between a black body with platinum-coated hardware or an ivory tone coupled with gold-coated fittings. Each measures just 3.9″, making the pen a perfect choice for elevated EDC, if your job requires you to constantly be on the move.

Both colorways will also be available in either a fountain pen configuration for those with an affinity to the classics or a ballpoint pen mechanism for those who prefer something a little more modern. Finishing the pens are red Montblanc logos at the tip of the caps or pushers that’ll go perfectly with a set of cufflinks the company is also offering.

Additional pieces in this Art Deco-inspired collection include a leather-crafted pen pouch, pocket notebook, and red resin-embellished cufflinks, each of which is available in the same color palettes as the neighboring pens. While the notebook and pen pouch each serve as formidable accents to this classy utensil, they bode just as well on their own. On the other hand, the cufflinks are guaranteed to make any suit look even swankier.

If you’re interested, the new Montblanc Rouge et Noir ‘Baby’ series will be available soon over on the luxury brand’s boutiques and website, with prices ranging from $465 to $795 USD. Come into the beautiful world of Montblanc.

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