Aztec empire was consolidated during the reign of Second Aztec emperor, Moctezuma I…
He is responsible for the incredible artistic and architectural achievements of Aztec culture, which is why he is the inspiration behind the collection of writing institutions, Patron of Art, which pays tribute to those who showcase the importance of art patronage from around the world. This great ruler left his mark during the period between 1440 and 1469, when he brought about social, economic and political reform to strengthen the rule of the Aztecs.
His reign remained remembered as magnificent, which is why the Montblanc brand created its Moctezuma I edition. The ruler is best known for his construction projects, including an embankment across Texcoco Lake and the temple to the god Huitzilopochtli, now known by the name of Templo Mayor.
Montblanc Patron of Art Limited Edition 87
This edition was created as an homage to 1987, when Templo Mayor was added to the UNESCO list. It is easy to assume that this wonderful writing instrument has as its main inspiration a place rich in art, culture and heritage, featuring a turquoise color, which was a favorite among the Aztecs.
It also contains a beautiful, elegant mosaic, which uses specially treated champagne colored gold.
Montblanc Patron of Art Limited Edition 888
This model is also inspired by Aztec beauty, which focuses on elements of empire, such as uniforms and weapons. Turquoise tones and lipstick red, fantastically decorated the lid of this pen, which was created from silver. The top of the pen is made of quality gold, to which a magnificent silver engraving was added as a contrast.
Montblanc Patron of Art Limited Edition 4810
The magnificent model of specific tones took a very interesting shape, inspired by atlatl, that is, the Aztec spear. Moctezuma I was also remembered as the great warrior of his home, so this pen received truly magnificent features.