The Clamecy – the very first pen by Goyard

Goyard has always had a special relationship with writing and writers. Goyard has repeatedly paid tribute to the rich bounds that have long united literature and travels, notably through a selection of timeless travel accessories, including diaries, writing pads and document holders, all celebrating a certain art of travelling in style. The state of the art writing instrument was named after the Morvan village the Goyards originate from.

The Clamecy pen is the latest addition to this traditional Goyard range. The luxury writing instrument revisits the codes of the Maison with its Chevron pattern that mimics the iconic Goyardine canvas.

Both the hollow barrel and the cap are entirely made with solid sterling silver, and the motif on the cap is engraved by hand. It is available in fountain pen version, equipped with a platinum and gold plated nib, or in ballpoint pen version, as to cater to the needs of lovers of practical or sophisticated writing alike.

Each pen is engraved with a specific record number, which will be noted upon purchase in a special registry book kept in our boutique at 352, rue Saint-Honoré, the only Goyard outlet in the world where to find the Clamecy. “Each buyer will be invited to write down a message. A charming way to become part of Goyard’s history, together with an invitation to finally indulge the Sunday writer in each and every of us,” announced the French luxury house.