World’s Most Expensive Pens

The expensive and costly products are made for those who can afford it. There is a saying “the pen is mightier than the sword.” If you’re a bit of a nihilist and the idea of an ink-filled pen beating a sharp sword, either that of a samurai or even Arthur’s Excalibur, is a bit far-fetched, then let the pens below show you why.

The shaft of the feathers was hardened and the tip was shaped and slit to make writing easy. These feather pens were known as quill pens, and they were widely used until the development of steel-nib pens in the 1800s. On the following list, we are going to look up some of the most beautiful and most expensive pen ever been created in Human history.

1. Montblanc Boheme Royal Pen ($1,500,000)

The most expensive pen in the world here brings 18k white gold barrel, 18karat casing, and 1430 brilliant cut diamonds as accessory. Month Black Star logo attached to the pen and they compose 19 diamonds and 19karat white gold ring.

2. The Limited Edition Mystery Masterpiece ($730,000)

The previous most expensive pen in the world, the Mystery Masterpiece, is a product of collaboration between popular fountain-pen maker Montblanc and the jewellery house Van Cleef & Arpels, and which took over a year and a half to create. Three versions of the pen were made either set to 20 carats of rubies, sapphires or emeralds. It’s also studded with 840 diamonds. If you’re part of the few who acquired one of only nine Mystery Masterpiece pens, you must have shelled out a whopping $730,000.

 3. The Jewel Gotica Pen ($ 406,453)
The Gotica pen saves 892 brilliant cut diamonds weighing 7 carats, 72 rubies and emeralds. The casing is a combination of silver barrel and rhodium. The exterior has signatures of Rose, Fleurs-de-lis and six gothic widows. The maker was Caran D’Ache.

4. La Modernista Diamond Pens ($265,000)

It was made by the Swiss company Caran d’Ache in 1999 as homage to architect Antonio Gaudi. The fountain pen was sold in Harrods, London, for $265,000.La Modernista Diamonds is made of rhodium-coated solid silver components. It boasts of an 18-carat rhodium-coated gold nib and is set with a total of 5,072 Wessel ton diamonds weighing in at 20-carats, as well as and 96 rubies totalling 32-carats.The pen was hand-made by master jeweller Robert Perron and it took him six months to complete this true masterpiece of writing instruments.

5. The Fountain Pen ($ 256,010)]

Fountain Pen has 996-diamond cut, 92 rubies and a clip ring made of white gold and 21 rubies. The pen’s barrel composes 18k white gold and the maker beautifies it with diamonds and ruby.

6. The Bohema Papillon Pen ( $ 230,410).
The Bohema Papillon pen barrel’s comes with yellow gold combined with rose and white gold. 1,400 diamonds and sapphires enrich the mechanical parts, the Montblac logo and the butterfly.

7. The Barrel Pen (174,000)
The Barrel Pen is only available 10 copies. Each pen carries 18k casing and the casing has rubies and diamonds. The barrel alone is made of transparent crystal and sapphire

8. The Ripple HRH Pen ($57,000)
The 8th most expensive pen is coming with Black and White gold variant. Each of the pens has double reservoir injection tank, nib and Barrel that is made of 18k white gold and small diamonds.

9. The Four-Season Pen ($36,000)
Four Season Pen is our ninth most expensive pen. It composes an electronic injection pump, 18k barrel and unique mechanism that would turn the colour of the body’s pen to red in summer, brown in autumn, gray in winter and green in spring. The pen maker only released 33 pens worldwide.

10. The Caran d’Ache “1010″ Foundation Pen ($19.000)

The main material of the pen is rhodium-plated silver and the extra element is 2 rubies and one sapphire nut. The design forms a wristwatch that signifies ‘ten minutes pass ten”.