Bespoke British Pens – The Lawyer’s Pens


Lawyer’s Pen

 

A lifetime of work deserves only the finest, most prestigious token of acknowledgement. Gifts often range from beautiful jewellery such as an expensive watch to a golden commemoration of your years of service to your industry. But to those who fight for freedom in courtrooms all over the world, what better than a reminder of the shield they bore against injustice?

Look no further than the dynamic duo of Conway Stewart Lawyer’s Pens from prestigious instrument craftsmen, Bespoke British Pens. We approach the bench to examine these beautiful tools of the trade.

Let me direct your attention to the first of the pair, the Conway Stewart Churchill Lawyer’s Pen. Quintessentially British at its core, the Conway Stewart Churchill Lawyer’s Pen was designed and handcrafted in Great Britain, aimed specifically towards those who serve within the legal profession. As exclusive as it is elegant, the Conway Stewart Churchill Lawyer’s Pen has been limited to a release of 100 pieces. The Conway Stewart Churchill Lawyer’s Pen is composed of 100% authentic Conway Stewart parts, lovingly assembled and prepared by the endlessly talented craftsmen and women at Bespoke British Pens.

 

Bespoke British Pens – Conway Stewart Churchill Lawyer’s Pen

Bespoke British Pens – Conway Stewart Churchill Lawyer’s Pen

 

Striking in its aesthetic, the Conway Stewart Churchill Lawyer’s Pen has The Scales of Justice engraved on the top of the cap, with the pen’s edition number engraved on the end of the barrel, letting customers know which of the 100 pieces created they own, becoming part of an elite. The cap and barrel have been emblazoned with a ‘barleycorn’ pattern, complemented by polished sterling silver fittings. The single wide sterling silver cap features a set of English hallmarks, which pen connoisseurs understand shows the quality and purity of that particular instrument.

Each pen is fitted with a 2-tone 18 carat gold nib, and as with every instrument from Bespoke British Pens, the Churchill Lawyer’s Pen arrives in a black leather presentation box, which doubles as a beautiful desk display and a guaranteed conversation piece, looking back on a lifetime’s work.

 

Bespoke British Pens – Conway Stewart Series 100 Lawyer’s Pen

 

Bespoke British Pens – Conway Stewart Churchill Lawyer’s Pen and Conway Stewart Series 100 Lawyer’s Pen

 

I call your attention to exhibit B – The Conway Stewart Series 100 Lawyer’s Pen. Launched in 1954, the Series 100 quickly became one of the most popular pens in Conway Stewart’s arsenal. A mid-sized pen, the Series 100 is appreciated as much today as it was upon its inception for its immaculate classic lines, its perfect balance and effortless writing talents.

A more classic and traditional aesthetic than its barleycorned predecessor, The Conway Stewart Series 100 Lawyer’s Pen is dressed in a rich black acrylic, decorated with 9 carat gold fittings. The Scales of Justice sit proudly on the broad 9 carat gold cap band, with the edition number engraved into the barrel. The cap bears a full set of English hallmarks, which confirm the instrument’s immaculate quality and purity.

The above evidence will show that customers looking to reward family members, friends, co-workers or employees for years of service within the legal industry needn’t look any further than Bespoke British Pens.

The defence rests.

 

 

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