Handcrafted using a highly intricate piece of Conway Stewart purle flecked acrylic, this fountain pen has been finished off using high quality Rhodium components. This material is no longer available and was procured from the liquidation of Conway Stewart. The accent band and finial are titanium which ties in wonderfully with the colours on the pen body. You will love the feel of this pen in your hand and will be the envy of many an admirer. Life is too short to use an ugly pen.
This beautiful writing instrument is built to give years of joy.
The pen will be fitted with a Bock medium 23kt gold and polished steel nib and is perfectly balanced for a pleasurable writing experience. The nib can be changed on request. Just ask. The pen weighs 22g uncapped and 44g with cap on.
The pen comes with a standard ink cartridges to get you started right from the off along with a converter so you can use your own inks. The pen also comes enclosed in a beautiful case providing maximum presentation and also safely storing your fine writing instrument.
This is a one off pen and can not be replicated.
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Conway Stewart purple flecked Italian acrylic and rhodium fountain pen
GENUINE STOCK OF PEN BLANKS FROM THE NOW LIQUIDATED CONWAY STEWART PEN FACTORY.
SAME MATERIAL USED IN ALL OF THEIR PENS,
THERE IS EVEN SOME MATERIAL WHICH THEY DIDNT GET A CHANCE TO USE.
THE TURNERS WORKSHOP BOUGHT ALL OF THEIR USEABLE MATERIAL.
THERE ARE A FEW PIECES OF SECONDS OUT IN THE MARKET PLACE, WHICH WE LEFT BEHIND BUT NOT MUCH. OUR STOCK IS
HIGH GRADE A!
The Turners Workshop did it again for you pen makers, we managed to secure the full batch of Italian Acrylics, Casein & Ebonite, from the Liquidation sale of Conway Stewart, Probably to the Disappointment to many pen collectors who have paid many hundreds of £s for their pens, you can now make your own pens out of the same material Conway used to make their pens selling for up to £1500 Once it is gone that’s it, another era over.