Bespoke British Pens – Conway Stewart Wordsworth Pen.


 

“I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o’er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
A host, of golden daffodils.”

These immortal words were written by British Romantic poet, William Wordsworth, in 1804, and was arguably his most famous work. The piece was inspired by a journey William took with his sister Dorothy, where the two stumbled upon a breath-taking display of daffodils.

 

 

In these early days of Spring, the golden hues of daffodils can be seen across the emerald fields and hedgerows of Britain. So how appropriate that The Foxley Docket should celebrate this promise of brighter days ahead by introducing you to the Conway Stewart ‘Wordsworth’ fountain pen, named after one of the icons of modern English literature.

 

 

William Wordsworth was born in 1770 in Cockermouth in the heart of the Lake District. He was recognised as one of the pioneers of the English Romantic movement and in his later years became Poet Laureate. Just like Wordsworth and his legacy, the Conway Stewart Wordsworth Pen is undeniably British in its appeal. This elegantly designed pen is one of the range of Conway Stewart writing implements that have graced the desks of British icons such as Sir Winston Churchill. Why not follow in his footsteps with this magnificent Conway Stewart Wordsworth Pen?

Classically styled, the Conway Stewart Wordsworth Pen is mid-sized so it sits comfortably in the hand with a subtle yet tasteful taper to the barrel. The cap features a gently rounded top, which may remind Conway Stewart fanatics of the larger and weightier Winston model. A Conway Stewart clip has been applied, styled in the traditional manner, ensuring the Conway Stewart Wordsworth Pen sits effortlessly in your pocket. For that touch of refined elegance, the cap and barrel of the Conway Stewart Wordsworth Pen have been fitted with solid gold bands, instantly creating a warm, rich and luxurious aesthetic.

 

 

The Conway Stewart Wordsworth Pen is available in Bracken acrylic. But what is Bracken?

Bracken is a complex acrylic material which consists of a variety of rich browns and deep reds, with the odd twist of metallic green. This complexity means that no two pens will ever look identical, so for a completely individual pen, exclusive to yourself, there’s no better choice than the Conway Stewart Wordsworth Bracken pen.

 

 

Each Conway Stewart Wordsworth Pen is created to immaculate standards, assembled and tested in the workshops of Bespoke British Pens. Each ‘Wordsworth’ is fitted with an 18 carat gold nib in fine, medium or broad width to suit all handwriting styles and arrives in an elegant Conway Stewart presentation box, accompanied by a Certificate of Provenance. Customers are advised to act quickly, as there are only 10 pieces available in this colour combination.

 

 

For more information, visit https://www.bespokebritishpens.co.uk/product/conway-stewart-wordsworth-bracken/

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