With Rs 75 lakh in your pocket, you could bring home a swank Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid, or the BMW 3 Series 330d Convertible; a lakh or two more, and you could buy a 1,000 sqft two BHK flat in Gurgaon.
Or, you could splurge the same on a pen.
Introduced in 2004, Visconti's Ripple HRH Gold White pen, part of the Italian luxury penmaker's "Limited Edition", has been brought to the William Penn store in Mumbai on special request.
As it is unveiled, the fountain pen is watched vigilantly by an entourage of guards as well as the nervous staff at the store - after all, at Rs 75 lakh, the pen is easily one of the most expensive in India and maybe even the world, following Caran D'ache's La Modernista (Rs 1.5 crore) and Montblanc's Mystery Masterpiece (seen here and priced at Rs 3 crore)
Text: Priyanka Sharma, Business Standard
Image Courtesy: Montblanc