Montblanc International GmbH is a well-known luxury goods producer, which traces its roots to the first half of the past century, when three ambitious partners, Alfred Nehemias, Claus-Johannes Voss and August Eberstein launched their writing instruments manufacture in the German town Hamburg.
Through the years, their company extended its area of production and to almost every aspect of cosmopolitan life, from high-end leather goods, seductive perfumes to sophisticated luxury watches capable of competing with those created by top Swiss watchmaking powerhouses.
Moreover, although Montblanc currently belongs to the prestigious Richemont group, the brand never abandoned its fine German perfectionist principles and watchmaking traditions, and brought to life countless sophisticated timepieces characterized by mechanical sophistication, high-end meticulous finish and aesthetical purity, highly appreciated by the watch collectors worldwide.
This year, the brand released another stylish addition to its sophisticated Montblanc Chronograph Automatic Watch Collection, the new Montblanc Star 4810 Chronograph Automatic 104274 Watch, a stylish model, bound to bring a plus of class and distinction to any modern outfit.
The model demonstrates an elegant 18-karat red gold case, measuring 44 mm in diameter, which demonstrates a nice satin-polished finish, and which incorporates an 18-karat red gold crown and chronograph push pieces, along an exhibition case-back, which allows a curious eye to admire the delicate architecture of the movement, but also provides 30-meter water resistance.
Furthermore, the new Montblanc Star 4810 Chronograph Automatic 104274 Watch demonstrates a sophisticated silver dial, decorated with high-end guilloche pattern and nicely completed with gold-plated applied Roman numeral hour markers, and hour indices, and sharp hour and minutes hands fitted with central luminescent inserts for optimal legibility in any light conditions. The timepiece ensures central hours, minutes and second’s functions, 30-minutes, 12 hours, and small second’s chronograph counters located at 12, 6, respectively 9 o’clock positions, and a large date aperture located at 6 o’clock.
Surely, an impassionate watch connoisseur would like to know that the model accommodates a top-class self-winding chronograph movement, the Montblanc 4810/501 Caliber chronometer certified by COSC, which provides 48-hours power reserve.
A superb model, the new Montblanc Star 4810 Chronograph Automatic 104274 Watch, embraces the wrist with a classy dark brown alligator leather strap with 18-karat red gold pin buckle, and it will probably cost somewhere around $2,700.00.