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Conway Stewart Series 100 Amber

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Conway Stewart Series 100 Amber

$473.00
DESCRIPTION

The Series 100 Amber - Amber has been valued from Antiquity to the present as a gemstone, much appreciated for the richness of its colour and natural beauty.  The tones of the Series 100 Amber Fountain Pen capture nature's own miracle.

The Series 100 was first launched in 1954 and quickly became one of the most popular pens ever made by Conway Stewart. It is a mid-sized pen that is appreciated today for the 1950's classic torpedo shape, fine balance and easy writing as it was over 60 years ago. The beautiful finish and flawless perfection of these handmade pens are part of Conway Stewart’s proud heritage. The cap has a single broad 9ct gold cap ring which is stamped with English hallmarks to show its quality and purity, sandwiched between two further 9ct gold rings. 

The Conway Stewart traditional barrel engraving is an option on this pen, and can be selected once the pen is added to your shopping bag before checkout. 

Each pen is housed in a Conway Stewart black leather presentation box which also serves as a showcase pen stand for your desk.

Available as a Fountain Pen, Rollerball
The Conway Stewart Series 100 Amber is available as a Fountain Pen with a choice of Extra Fine, Fine, Medium or Broad 18ct gold Flag nibs, or a Rollerball with a choice of blue or black ink. The free flowing ink of the Rollerball achieves a similar pleasing, stylish result to that of a Fountain Pen with the benefit of everyday practicality.

SPECIAL NIB OPTION

In addition to selecting the nib width; you may further customise your nib to match your writing style, choosing from:

  • Italic
  • Left Oblique
  • Right Oblique
  • Stub

Our nib wright who is one of the UK’s most experienced will undertake the work to your exact specification

Find out more about our customised nibs in FAQ

18ct GOLD CONWAY STEWART NIB

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.

FILLING MECHANISM

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.

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DIMENSIONS and WEIGHT
  • Length Closed: 137.5mm │ 5.41"
  • Length Posted: 176mm │ 6.93"
  • Length of Barrel incl nib: 128mm │ 5.04"
  • Length of Cap: 63mm │2.48"
  • Diameter of Barrel: 12.5mm │ 0.49"
  • Diameter of Cap: 15.5 mm │ 0.61"
  • Weight: 22 gms │0.78oz

Delivery, Taxes & Customs

Pens are handmade to order, so please allow up to 28 days for delivery.

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