Co-founders of Conway Stewart: Mr. Frank Jarvis
and Mr. Tommy Garner
Christmas Edition from Conway Stewart"
The golden Edwardian
era was indeed the perfect time in Great Britain for two industrious
and ambitious young men to set up their own fountain pen business.
With a joint capital
of £50, Frank Jarvis and Tommy Garner established themselves
in a small room at Paternoster Row, in the heart of the city
Inventive and innovative,
the firm's founders set about giving Conway Stewart the unique
character, which set it apart from all other pen makers.
of our 100th year, we are proud to present two new limited edition
pens, in honor of our founders, Mr. Frank Jarvis and Mr. Tommy
The Jarvis Churchill
The stately form of our Churchill
model has been brought forward to the twenty-first century with
the addition of striking new colors in an edition celebrating
one of the original founders of Conway Stewart, Mr. Frank Jarvis.
Jarvis is available in five versions:
Three vertically striped in Silver
Streak, a deep shimmering blue with lighter streaks running
the full length of the barrel; Oxford Blue, a more somber blue
striped with light green; Amethyst Stripe, a light purple shade
with darker accents glowing along the length of the material.
colors in Pepper White color, brilliant shimmering white with
deep black flecks; Storm, a more subdued and stately light cream
color with larger portions of black marbling throughout.
The Jarvis collection sport complimentary
caps and barrel ends in our traditional stately jet-black. The
trim includes solid 18K gold cap band and a gold plated clip.
Reliable cartridge converter filling mechanism ensures trouble
free operation, while the 18K gold nib (available in eight nib
widths from Extra Fine through to Broad Italic) delivers ink
to the paper in an effortless flow.
The Jarvis Churchill offers a matchless
example of classic, elegant design and bright colorful contemporary
materials to provide the best in fine writing.
The Garner 100
The Garner is based on the popular
100 model, a mid-sized pen with a gentle taper that feels good
in any hand. Sleek and subtlety curvaceous, this pen fondly
returns to the Art Deco movement that captured the imagination
of designers a century ago.
The Garner is
available in three versions:
The subtle Sandstone, a mix of medium gray with light and dark
browns running the length of the barrel; Patriot Stripe, a stunning
striped mixture of red, white, and blue; finally, the new Black
Whirl, a glowing background of vivid red-orange set off by deep
black veins swirling across the surface.
The cap and barrel ends of the
Garner are finished in jet-black to set off with glowing 18K
solid gold trim rings and a gold plated clip. As with the Jarvis,
the 18K gold nib is available in eight nib widths, (Extra Fine
through to Broad Italic), and filling is via cartridge converter.
Jarvis and Garner
numbered pieces available in
each design and finish,
fountain pen or ball pen
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