Conway Stewart launched the Belliver in 2011, and it quickly gain popularity for being a perfect size and weight, as well as a timeless design married to understated accents. From the carefully crafted cap and barrel to the rich gold trim the Belliver was created with one goal in mind: improving the perfect writing experience!
The Belliver name comes from the location where the Conway Stewart factory was located on the outskirts of Plymouth. It is also the name of a “Tor” situated close by in the Dartmoor National Park. A Tor is a small hill – usually capped by a granite outcrop. The granite in this area is of good quality and was used to construct the pillars outside the British Museum in London, and to build London Bridge.