With Christmas approaching faster by the day, thoughts turn to buying gifts for friends and family. For anyone in the family working within the medical profession, Bespoke British Pens offer the perfect gift.
Designed and lovingly crafted by hand in England, The Doctor’s Pen from Bespoke British Pens is exclusively available to those serving within the medical profession. Issued in an edition of just 100 pieces, The Doctor’s Pen bears the Rod of Asclepius on the cap. This iconic symbol represents the staff once wielded by Asclepius, the Greek God of Healing and Medicine, wrapped in a serpent, and has been the international symbol associated with medicine and healthcare for thousands of years.
The Doctor’s Pen is crafted from the finest sterling silver and this is no coincidence. The use of silver in medicine dates back thousands of years. It’s long been known that silver serves as a potent antibacterial agent. Ions within silver pierce bacterial membranes before binding to fundamental cell components like DNA, thus shutting down bacteria and disabling even their most basic functions. Used to treat wounds, silver cuts down the transmission of germs, making it an unrivalled material within a doctor’s arsenal.
Each of the 100 Doctor’s Pens features a full set of English hallmarks, confirming the immaculate quality and purity of The Doctor’s Pen. The use of English hallmarks to represent the quality and purity of precious metals dates as far back as 1300. Proudly British in its aesthetic, ‘The Doctor’s Pen – Made in England’ is engraved into the end of the cap, confirming the pen’s British heritage. The Doctor’s Pen also features an edition number engraved into the silver on the end of the barrel, and is accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
The Doctor’s Pen comes equipped with an 18-carat gold 2-tone nib, dressed in the Union Jack, which is available in a choice of fine, medium or broad widths, all of which would comfortably suit a vast array of writing styles. A joy to use, the 18-carat gold nib offers a smooth path for keen calligraphers. The pen is perfectly balanced, offering hours of writing joy. For those who prefer an italic, stub or oblique nib, this can be facilitated by one of the finest nib masters the UK has to offer.
The Doctor’s Pen is also available in rollerball form, offering the free-flowing ink qualities of a fountain pen, while maintaining the convenience of a biro. But why choose between the two, when both are available?
For the price of just £72, a conversion kit developed by Bespoke British Pens is available, allowing users to use The Doctor’s Pen in fountain pen form one day, and cruise across the page as a rollerball the next.
Ensuring The Doctor’s Pen arrives on customer doorsteps safely, this stunning silver pen is delivered in an exquisite presentation box, with a cleaning cloth to keep it glittering and looking as opulent as the day it arrives.
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