Conway Stewart Fountain Pen; Conway Stewart; 03/32


Conway Stewart Fountain Pen

About this object

A black and pink pearlised fountain pen and cap. The barrell has a small clip which is pivoted at one end and could be lifted from the other end to compress the rubber tube inside the barrell and allowed the ink to be drawn up through the nib to fill the pen. The end of the barrell has screw markings for applying and securing the cap. Beyond this is the nib attachment. The nib is gold.
The cap has a gold clip to allow it to be clipped in a pocket or similar. This clip is attached to a ring near the plain black top. A similar ring is situated near the open end of the cap.


Conway Stewart

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Series Title

Writing Equipment

Medium and Materials

Plastic and metal


Length overall -127mm

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