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Celebration Limited Edition Duet

NEARLY SOLD OUT!
Collectors Club Special Offer

Offered only to members of our Collectors Club, Conway Stewart is making available
the Celebration pens accompanied by a hardback copy of the new book,
Fountain Pens for the Million - The History of Conway Stewart 1905 - 2005,

personally signed by the author Stephen Hull.

The Collectors Club pen and book gift set is limited to 50 pieces of each model
and the book will have matching limited edition number to the pen.

Conway Stewart is pleased to announce the creation of the first two special pens from The Celebration Limited Edition Series. The Celebration Series is launched using the platform of our two most popular modern pen designs – the Churchill and the Wellington models.

Celebration Churchill Limited Edition

Named after Sir Winston Churchill, this model is Conway Stewarts long standing flagship design.

Majestic and timeless in feel and appearance, the Churchill has remained a perennial favourite of those who prefer a stately, over-sized writing instrument.

The Celebration Churchill is a superb example of our flagship model rendered in gleaming black resin set off by an engraving pattern inspired by early hard rubber pens brought to market by Conway Stewart in the 1920s. This wave pattern runs the full length of both cap and barrel, with the cap top and barrel end being left smoothly polished to accent the design.

 

Celebration Churchill Limited Edition

The trim on the Churchill Celebration is gold, with a vintage style washer clip, wide cap band, and both section and barrel end accent rings. The combination of polished black and gleaming gold makes a bold statement without being overpowering.

The Celebration Churchill brings the best of traditional vintage writing instruments to life in a convenient and durable modern design. Filling is via the dependable cartridge converter system, and the Churchill Celebration is being offered with the choice of Fine, Medium, Broad, Extra Broad, Italic Fine, Italic Medium and Italic Broad solid 18ct gold nibs.


The Celebration Wellington is a bold, modern take on classic guilloche hard rubber pens from the 1920s. A crisp wave pattern engraving covers the full length of the Celebration Wellington. An 18 carat solid gold ring at the barrel end balances the gleaming gold clip.

In keeping with the classic vintage style of the Celebration pens, there is no cap band to break up the smooth lines of the engraving.

A set of red, white, and blue rings is inlayed by hand into the cap top, adding a distinctive touch to this exciting new model.

Celebration Wellington Limited Edition

Celebration Wellington Limited Edition

The Celebration Wellington is based on one of our most popular current models, a pen that brings a subtly curved cap and barrel that make for a pleasing balance to the eye and in the hand. This stylish modern look is married with the timeless look of vintage style engraving and a classic rich black hand made resin, with the result being a pen that makes the perfect choice for those who appreciate understated and classic elegance. Filling is via the dependable cartridge converter system, and the Celebration Wellington is being offered with the choice of Fine, Medium, Broad, Extra Broad, Italic Fine, Italic Medium and Italic Broad solid 18ct gold nibs.

 

The Celebration Wellington is packaged in a refined compact gift box, while the Celebration Churchill is housed in our large Churchill presentation packaging, complete with cigar and bottle of ink, accompanied by a book of famous Winston Churchill quotes. Both pens will be accompanied by a copy of Fountain Pens for the Million - The History of Conway Stewart 1905 - 2005 personally signed and numbered by the author Stephen Hull.

Celebration Pens -- Churchill and Wellington Fountain Pens for the Million - The History of Conway Stewart 1905 - 2005

Fountain Pens for the Million documents one of the best-known and best-loved of the English pen makers who were founded in 1905. As well as being a volume of history, it is also a reference book that will appeal to Conway Stewart enthusiasts.

  • 300 pages containing unpublished material about Conway Stewart.
  • 30 pages of appendices providing information on pen model numbers and specifications.
  • More than 700 full-colour images (most at actual size) of pens, pencils, ink pencils and other items
  • Dozens of adverts, leaflets and shots of the factories.
  • Reminiscences from relatives of the founders, former directors and employees.

Every Collectors Club Limited Edition Pen and Book set has matching numbers. Stephen Hull's new book, Fountain Pens for the Million has a special label specifically for the Collectors Club edition. The book is personally signed and will have the matching number of the Celebration pen.

Image of book certificate

For those seeking the epitome of style and elegance, a fine writing instrument that brings to life the time honoured traditions of British craftsmanship, the Conway Stewart Celebration pens make the perfect choice. Whether as a gift for someone special or even a treat for yourself during this festive season, the Collectors Club Conway Stewart Celebration Churchill and Wellington Limited Edition set will bring a smile to the face of the most discriminating connoisseur.

Celebration Collection Pen & Book Limited Edition Set
Fountain Pens for the Million - The History of Conway Stewart
Numbered and Personally signed by the Author

Limited to 50 numbered gift sets of each model -- Churchill or Wellington

Retail List Price Celebration Churchill
Fountain Pen & Book - LIST RETAIL £525 €625 $870
Roller Ball & Book - LIST RETAIL £495 €585 $830

Retail List Price Celebration Wellington
Fountain Pen & Book - LIST RETAIL £410 €485 $650
Roller Ball & Book - LIST RETAIL £385 €455 $630

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Last updated June 23, 2012