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Conway Stewart Marlborough

Inspired by the classic styling of the vintage Conway Stewart vintage models, the distinguished Marlborough is created with our present day manufacturing techniques, resulting in a timeless new addition to the Conway Stewart Family.

The Marlborough is named after Winston Churchill's illustrious forebear the Duke of Marlborough and continues with the tradition of our flagship Churchill model in being a visually imposing writing instrument with ties to our proud British heritage.

Conway Stewart Marlborough

With a straight design to the cap and barrel shape, and a vintage style washer clip, the Marlborough recalls some of the finest Conway Stewart pens from the 1920s.

Complete with engraving accents on the cap top, wide barrel bands crafted from solid 18 carat solid gold or sterling silver, and a choice of traditional lever fill system or cartridge converter, the Marlborough resin range looks like it has stepped right out of the 1920s.

Conway Stewart MarlboroughThe Marlborough regular edition is crafted from the highest quality hand made resins exclusively made for Conway Stewart. Each piece is carefully examined for colour, pattern, and consistency. Once personally selected by our craftsman in Devon, the resin material is turned into pen parts, hand assembled, hand polished, and carefully hand fitted to ensure that every Marlborough writing instrument is kept to our highest standards of quality.

The barrel is accented with wide solid precious metal bands, while the bandless cap is set off with an engraved design at the top, reminiscent of some of the very early pen designs from Conway Stewart.

We have adopted a new and improved inner mechanism for the lever fill versions that allows for an easier and more complete filling of the ink sac, the lever itself is richly plated to match the trim of the Marlborough and adorned with the CS logo.

The Marlborough pen is substantial in style yet remains very easy to use with the gently curved section accommodating a wide range of hand sizes. Available in a choice of five hand made resin finishes made exclusively for Conway Stewart: Classic Green, Graphite, Meteor, Razorshell and Sapphire Blue.

Conway Stewart MarlboroughClassic Green is one of our most popular colours. Classic Green brings a graceful blend of light and dark green. The subtle play of light from the pearlescent light green hints at the depths of this material. The deeper shades of the dark green marbling further accent the magnificent blend of colour.

Graphite is the perfect choice for lovers of our signature pearlescent hand-made resin material. While it might seem a basic silver trim and dark slate gray finish pen at first glance, our Graphite is at closer look a stunning mixture of light and dark marbled grays. A background of charcoal shades is lightened with shimmering white smoke pearlescent highlights. It is both simple, and complex, classic while offering an always-changing array of shades that dance as the light catches the pen in motion.

Our Meteor is a mixture of reds, from a bright fire engine shade, through to shimmering highlights of luxurious pink that glow with reflected light. Interspersed with the panoply of red shades are patches of pure black, perfectly anchoring this brash mixture of colour.

Razorshell is vivid, iridescent, and unrestrained. It is a stunning mixture of translucent russet, pearl cream, and jet black, which combine to create a material that sets your writing instrument above others while not being flashy or out of place in the most conservative of environments.

Sapphire Blue is glowing, electric, vibrant and more! It is a combination of shimmering blues and opalescence, drawing inspiration from a summer sky blue serving as a base for the pearl highlights that flare to life at the slightest movement of the pen under light.

Conway Stewart MarlboroughOffered in a choice of 18 carat solid gold nibs ranging from Extra Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad, Extra Broad, as well as Italic Fine, Italic Medium and Italic Broad, we feel confident that every writer will find the perfect selection of nib grade to suit their individual writing style.

Whether you choose the traditional elegance of the lever fill mechanism or the ease and convenience of the modern converter cartridge system, the Marlborough is designed to provide you with a wonderful writing experience in keeping with our motto: The Best of British!

The packaging for the Marlborough regular edition has been designed to house your pen and to serve as a showcase pen stand for the desk. The display box is crafted of luxurious full grain leather in a rich black colour. Not only is this an elegant and stylish presentation to house and protect your gift, the top of the lid can be reversed to make an executive desk stand for display.

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 Marlborough range makes the perfect choice.

Dimensions:
Cap: 64 mm - Barrel including nib: 126 mm - Posted: 180 mm - Cap diameter: 15 mm - Barrel diameter: 13 mm
Weight: 20 gms

Marlborough Regular Edition

Nib grades: Extra Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad, Extra Broad, Italic Fine, Italic Medium and Italic Broad
Filling mechanism: lever fill or converter cartridge

To order your pen, please choose your preferred payment currency below.
During the order process you will be invited to add comments about your order.
Please use this section to specify your nib choice and filling mechanism.
Marlborough Regular Edition Converter Cartridge £355 €470 $580
Marlborough Regular Edition Lever Fill £375 €495 $615

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Last updated April 5, 2013