Montegrappa’s Ferracina Timeless reappears in a new guise, the expressive silhouette stripped back to its luxurious essentials. Precision engineering, sterling silver, and a voluptuous celluloid body makes the two micro-batches highly collectible.
Bartolomeo Ferracina’s clockmaking prowess made him a celebrity figure in 18th century Italy, and his engineering genius helped transform Europe’s most prosperous region. The clockwork precision of Montegrappa’s proprietary piston-fill system is the hidden genius beneath the contoured celluloid exterior of the Ferracina Timeless. This reference-level complication uses a 32-tooth cog and haptic feedback to bring unparalleled exactness to the act of drawing ink.
This Dark Blue edition evokes the waters of the Brenta River. Montegrappa’s headquarters lies only a short distance from the signature Bassano bridge over the Brenta River that Ferracina rebuilt following the 1748 floods.
Limited to just 20 numbered pieces, the Ferracina Timeless sports a #8 18K gold nib and ebonite feed.
Nib Material: 18K Gold
Filling Mechanism: Piston