Conway Stewart 22 Fountain Pen
– Only One Production Run of Around 2,000 were Made
– Extremely Rare Conway Stewart Model
– Comes with Conway Stewart paper gift box and guarantee paper
– Stunning Floral Blossoms Pattern in Cream Ivory Color
– Art-Deco Grecian Gold Capband
– Lever Filler ~ a Conway Stewart 14ct Solid Gold Nib ~ Circa 1955-1957
– New Ink Sac Fitted ~ Serviced ~ Nice Overall Condition
Up here is a vintage Conway Stewart 22 fountain pen, which was manufactured in England circa 1955-57.
The Conway Stewart 22 is in cream floral design, with grecian cap band.
It is believed that only one production run of around 2000 were made of this model, therefore very rare and the most sought after CS model.
The pen is in nice condition, there are some discoloration and yellowing on the body due to age, very common among the model, and the condition on this pen is nice and fine.
The pen comes with a paper Conway Stewart gift box and guarantee paper, in nice condition.
The grecian gold cap band, gold pocket clip, side lever and the trim are all in nice condition.
It bears a Conway Stewart 14ct solid gold nib.
The lever filling system is in perfect working order. A new sac has been fitted. The pen has been serviced and tested for full functionality.
This Conway Stewart is a classic elegance and has been produced to the highest standards of craftsmanship. The special pattern colour even makes it extremely attractive, rare and highly sought after by collectors all over the world. This would make an excellent gift to treat yourself or for someone special.
In 1905, Mr Jarvis and Mr Gardner formed Conway Stewart at 13 Paternoster Row, London. Their objective was to produce elegant, timelessly beautiful, yet functional writing instrument.
In the 1920s the name of ‘Conway Stewart’ was trademarked. The list of filling mechanisms available expanded to eyedroppers, lever fillers, pump fillers and safeties. During the depression years, the company managed to survive by continuing to offer good reliable pens at reasonable prices. In the 1950s, with the creative use of colored plastic Conway Stewart reached its peak.
Conway Stewart pens have always been the preferred choice of the most discerning and famous people from around the world. People such as Winston Churchill, who used a Conway Stewart pen throughout the war years, up to the present time, whereby Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth was presented with two gold pens to Commemorate The Queens Golden Jubilee.
Conway Stewart was the official pen chosen by the British Government for the G8 Summit at which Tony Blair, the prior British Prime Minister, presented a Conway Stewart No.58 set to each of the world leaders.
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