Always popular with pen enthusiasts, the Conway Stewart Series 100 has become a ‘must-have’ for collectors of British luxury pens. ‘Red Whirl’ is a mysterious deep jade colour with swirls of fiery red acrylic enhanced with cap rings, clip and barrel rings in sterling silver. It is a wonderful combination that makes an outstanding addition to any collection.
Please note that only 10 pens are available in this colour combination, so early application is essential if you would like to add one to your collection. It is highly unlikely that once these pens have been sold, any more will be made.
This Conway Stewart Series 100 Red Whirl is available in fountain pen mode only with a choice of one of our 18ct gold flexible nibs in Fine, Medium or Broad sizes.
Each pen is housed in a Conway Stewart black leather presentation box which also serves as a showcase pen stand for your desk.
All these pens are made/assembled to order and perfection cannot be rushed! Please allow up to 28 days for delivery of your pen. If required for a particular date, please let us know and we’ll do everything we can to make sure it reaches you in time.
Length – Closed: 137.5mm
Length – Posted: 176mm
Length – Barrel inc nib: 128mm
Length – Cap: 63mm
Diameter – Barrel: 12.5mm
Diameter – Cap: 15.5mm
Weight: 22 gms
Provenance and Authenticity:
All the components for the Conway Stewart Series 100 Red Whirl were acquired by Bespoke British Pens from the Administrators of Conway Stewart Manufacturing Ltd in October 2014 following the closure of the Conway Stewart Plymouth factory. As such, you can rely on the provenance and authenticity of these components as genuine Conway Stewart parts which have been carefully assembled by our technicians to a very high standard.
Please note that these pens do not bear any engraving on the barrel that you may have been used to on relatively modern Conway Stewart pens i.e. the edition number, colour reference or Conway Stewart logo. However, you will find the Conway Stewart insignia clearly visible on all clips.
Each pen is accompanied by a Certificate of Provenance which confirms its Conway Stewart origin together with details of its issue.