Made to mark Singapore’s 50th anniversary, the Montblanc Star Classique Singapore Special Edition is a limited edition of 50 pieces, with part of the proceeds from its sale going to charity.
A slim, 39mm wristwatch, the Montblanc Star Classique Singapore Special Edition has a mother of pearl dial, with the city state’s lion emblem on the seconds sub-dial, alongside a tiny “SG50”. SG50 refers to Singapore’s 50th anniversary in 2015, marking 50 years since independence in 1965. With the Singapore edition, Montblanc joins Longines and Louis Vuitton in marking the occasion with limited edition watches. More references to Singapore can be found on the case back, with the city centre’s skyline is printed on the underside of the sapphire crystal.
Beneath the display back is an ETA 2892. The Meisterstuck Star Classique SG50 costs S$14,200 including taxes.
Also part of the SG50 line-up is the Meisterstück White Solitaire limited edition in white lacquer with rose gold-plated trim. Available as a fountain pen, rollerball or ballpoint pen, the Singapore edition pens have the skyline engraved on the section. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of any SG50 edition, both pen and watch, will be donated to the Pathlight School, an education institution for autistic children. The SG50 editions are available from all Montblanc boutiques in Singapore from August 2015.
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