This is the Montsnimba 2015 collection.
The Bocanda model of the Montsnimba collection dates back to a long history, that of the Ashanti or Baule weight once used as a standard and as currency in trade. The story goes back to the model that has suffered, over time, numerous technical changes today to get the desired result.
Among the pens of Montsnimba collection, the Africa model is the subject of a special feature. Its originality is the major ring crowning Africa. The pen becomes the unifying bond of all African states at a time when economic and political recognition of the continent has become undeniable and inescapable.
Montsnimba also had a dream, that of creating a pen picture of its economic capital, Abidjan. Perched like an island in the middle of the lagoon Ebrié, Plateau shines with all its lights, while in the early morning, the mirror motionless lagoons returns reflect the skyscrapers that pierce Equatorial abundant vegetation.
For centuries, the East traded with Africa via the caravan routes that crossed the great Sahara desert. Then there came a day when the sailors came to Spain and Portugal opened future sea routes all along the Atlantic. That was the end of an era and the beginning of a new one.