Fountain pen in Chestnut from National trust property - Lanhydrock house, Cornwall
Lanhydrock chestnut fountain pen
This is a lovely quality handmade fountain pen. It features chestnut grown at the National trust property Lanhydrock House in Cornwall. The wood is complimented and gunmetal coloured fittings.
The pen features a medium nib and is approximately 130mm long and 15mm at the widest part including the cap. The pen is postable(the cap can be attached to the end while in use). The pen uses standard international ink cartridges or and ink convertor(included) to allow bottled ink to be used.
Lanhydrock is a magnificent late Victorian country house. With gardens and wooded estate, it is the quintessential country house and estate, with the feel of a wealthy but unpretentious family home. After a devastating fire in 1881 the Jacobean house was refurbished in high-Victorian style, with the best in country house design and planning and the latest mod-cons.
The pen will be shipped in the case as pictured. Along with a small certificate giving details of the wood.
All pens are handmade by me beginning with rough cut woods for the body. The body of the pen is turned on a lathe to the final shape as seen on each pen. The body is then sanded, sealed, waxed and polished to its final finish. Assembly is completed by using pre-made high quality pen components for long lasting performance.