Unlike the earlier Reminiscence pens, the Eleganza came only in the octagonal faceted design but continued offering large and small fountain pens in either the plain or Greek key guilloché engraving.
Some key differences from the Reminiscence line were the switch to translucent resin for the section, cap band and end cap of the body instead of the threaded end cap. The Eleganza used an Emerald Green resin with pearlescent accents.
Later versions were named Privilege (with Sapphire Blue resin) and Privilege Deco (with Moon Stone Gray resin and just an Art Deco guilloché).
Like most modern Montegrappas the ones I have are moderately wet writers with great balance and control. Available nibs include fine, medium, broad and stub and tend to be towards the fine end of each range. Filling is by standard International format cartridge/converter.
I have examples of the large size Eleganza in the plain Sterling silver finish:
and a small size in the Greek Key guilloché:
The larger Eleganza weighs in at 45g while the small one weighs about 33g.
Like all my Montegrappas these two pens have been reliable, consistent, a joy in use and constantly pleasurable.