Bentley Un­lim­ited Cen­te­nary Edi­tion

To mark the ex­traor­di­nary mile­stone of Bentley’s 100th an­niver­sary, Graf von Faber Castell in­tro­duces a lim­ited edi­tion Cen­te­nary range of writ­ing in­stru­ments, in­spired by an in­cred­i­ble cen­tury of fine Bri­tish crafts­man­ship

Upscale Living Magazine - - Content - | By Lucy De­liney

he foun­tain, roller­ball and ball­point pens by Grav von Faber-Castell

The an­bi­tion of founder and rac­ing en­thu­si­asts W.O. Bentley - “To build a fastest car, a good car, the best in its class” - is an in­trin­sic part of Bentley’s DNA, and is what con­tin­ues to power the world’s lead­ing lux­ury car maker to this day.

Two spe­cial edi­tions are be­ing launched for the an­niver­sary year, each one lim­ited to only 100 pieces: The “Mul­sanne W.O. Edi­tion by Mulliner”, rem­i­nis­cent of the last car de­signed by WO Bentley, and the “Con­ti­nen­tal GT Num­ber 9 Edi­tion by Mulliner”, in­spired by Bentley’s his­tory in clas­sic mo­tor rac­ing and the fa­mous win­ning No. 9 Blower. Ev­ery Bentley built in 2019 will fea­ture a spe­cial “Cen­te­nary Spec­i­fi­ca­tion” pack, in­clud­ing unique Cen­te­nary Gold badg­ing, dis­tinc­tive seat em­broi­dery, unique tread-plates and other spe­cial de­tails which iden­tify each part as part of the cel­e­bra­tions. With a com­pany his­tory of also mak­ing ex­clu­sive writ­ing in­stru­ments and ac­ces­sories for more than 250 years, Graf von Faber-Castell pays homage to Bentley’s “100 Ex­traor­di­nary Years” with a time­lessly beau­ti­ful yet uniquely dy­namic trio of prod­ucts. The foun­tain, roller­ball and ball­point pens of the “Lim­ited Edi­tion Cen­ter­ary” range come in a so­phis­ti­cated black color, rem­i­nis­cent of sports cars of the past. All metal parts, the bar­rel and the nib of the foun­tain pen, have an an­thracite-col­ored PVD coat­ing made of ti­ta­nium. In Septem­ber of this year, the “Graf von Faber-Castell for Bentley” col­lec­tion will be ex­panded to i nclude another ex­traor­di­nary se­ries of writ­ing in­stru­ments.

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