The story of Montblanc origin began in 1906 when a designer from Berlin named August Eberstein, in partnership with a Hamburg banker, Alfred Nehemias, developed a range of simple-to-use fountain pens. It wasn’t long before their company was taken over by the three men: Wilhelm Dziambor, Christian Lausen and Claus Johannes Voss, who together set Montblanc on its journey to becoming a worldwide brand. Since the beginning, they have adhered to the strict quality standards established decades ago with the famous Meisterstück pen collection. It is then no wonder that their first mechanical watches were given the name "Meisterstück". Today, Montblanc's repertoire includes complicated in-house movements with chronograph functions or tourbillons.