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Conway Stewart Churchill Bordeaux Chased
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Conway Stewart Churchill Bordeaux Chased
The Conway Stewart Churchill Bordeaux Chased
The award-winning Churchill model is now available in Bordeaux Chased acrylic named after the region of France famous for its red wine. The body and cap have been engine turned to have a beautiful tactile barley weave pattern carved into the material which not only looks stunning but has a wonderful feel. A must-have pen for any wine or pen connoisseur.
The relationship between the English and Bordeaux wine goes back a long time. In the 12th century the popularity of Bordeaux wines in England increased dramatically following the marriage of King Henry II and Alienor d’Aquitaine. The marriage made the province of Aquitaine English territory, and thenceforth the majority of Bordeaux claret exported to England in exchange for other goods. The citizenry of Bordeaux worked diligently to promote and foster their relationship with the English market. In 1205, the Spanish laid claim to Aquitaine and put Bordeaux under siege. The village was able to withstand the attack and King John rewarded the Bourgeois with orders for wine in excess of 120 tons. In 1224, King Louis VIII of France attempted to purge the English from French soil and was halted in his advance in the town of Bordeaux. In the aftermath Bordeaux received privileged access to the English market through London, and their exports to the market soon dwarfed the production from other French wine making regions.
Inspired by the great British statesman who used Conway Stewart pens during the war years, the Conway Stewart Churchill is in every way an impressive pen, and not least because of its size. Strikingly elegant, the Churchill has been Conway Stewart’s flagship pen for many years.
Each fountain pen is housed in an original Conway Stewart black leatherette presentation box which doubles as an elegant desk display, and comes complete with Certificate of Authenticity, Conway Stewart User Guide and a special anti-tarnish polishing cloth to keep your pen in sparkling condition.
In addition to selecting the nib width; you may further customise your nib to match your writing style, choosing from:
- Left Oblique
- Right Oblique
Our nib wright who is one of the UK’s most experienced will undertake the work to your exact specification
You may select one of our Conway Stewart 18ct gold nibs to be fitted to your fountain pen. They have been acclaimed by many of our customers for their ‘smooth-as-butter’ writing experience. Each nib is embossed with the Conway Stewart emblem.
This pen has a dual filling system. It is fitted with a converter (reservoir) which allows the user to draw ink from a bottle or alternatively, you may remove the converter and use standard European ink cartridges. All our fountain pens come with 2 complimentary cartridges so you can start to use it immediately. If you prefer to use bottled ink, we recommend our own range of high quality ink, made in England and available in a range of colours.
Length Closed: 146mm | 5.75″
Length Posted: 181mm | 7.13″
Length of Barrel incl nib: 138mm | 5.43″
Length of Cap: 70mm | 2.76″
Diameter of Barrel: 15mm | 0.59″
Diameter of Cap: 17.5mm | 0.69″
Weight: 35gms | 1.23oz
Delivery, Taxes & Customs
Pens are handmade to order, so please allow up to 28 days for delivery.
We can expedite orders if they are needed for a specific date.
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