The Conway Stewart Collectors Pen in Bracken is a beautiful mixture of iridescent greens, ambers, and reddish browns in a peaty black background perfectly complimented with 9ct gold rings and an 18ct gold nib.
The color "Bracken" is an old Conway Stewart color named after the Bracken Fern which grows on Dartmoor in England and changes color at different times of the year giving the landscape a magical feeling.
The Conway Stewart Collectors Pen in Bracken is a medium sized pen which makes it perfect for use as a daily writer and fits neatly into a shirt pocket.
The original Conway Stewart Collectors Pen range was launched in the 100th year of Conway Stewart, and called the Centenary Collectors Pen. It was initially only available to members of the Conway Stewart Collectors Club; but, later they were also sold through some selected Conway Stewart retailers. As a consequence, they are very rare.
The Collectors Pen was the first Conway Stewart to be launched with a stepped cap top and stepped barrel end since the early 1900's. The barrel also has a taper giving it a balanced and elegant look.
Made from the original components turned in the Plymouth factory, and hand-assembled in our workshop in Hampshire, England.
Limited edition No. 9 of 20 pens
The wide cap ring is made from 9ct gold and is hallmarked.
Only available as a fountain pen, and fitted with an 18ct gold CS size 5 nib.
Each pen is housed in a Conway Stewart black leatherette presentation box which also serves as a showcase pen stand for your desk.
- Length Closed: 130mm
- Length Posted: 160mm
- Length of Barrel incl nib: 126mm
- Length of Cap: 55mm
- Diameter of Barrel: 13.5mm
- Diameter of Cap: 15.5mm
- Weight: 28gms
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