Fountain pen in Oak taken from HMS Victory - made to order - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens
HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen - DevonPens

HMS Victory salvaged Oak - fountain pen

Regular price £245.00 Sale

Fountain pen in Oak taken from HMS Victory

This is a simply stunning fountain pen handmade in Oak salvaged from HMS Victory during restoration work. One of the greatest pieces of naval history. Victory was Nelson's flagship in the famous battle Trafalgar in 1805. HMS Victory dates back to 1759 when her keel was laid, she was finally commissioned in 1778.

 The pen is finished with Black Titanium fittings complemented by a black Chrome accents. The pen you will receive is not the one pictured. As each piece of wood is unique each pen will vary very slightly. As each pen is made to order please allow up to seven working days for the pen to be dispatched.

This is a beautiful quality handmade fountain pen. The comfortable shape in the hand is complemented by the wonderful natural feel and warmth of the wood with a traditional wax finish.

Features a quality medium german made nib. The pen is approximately 130mm long and 15mm at the widest part including the cap. The pen is non-postable (ie, the cap cannot be mounted on the reverse end while in use)

The pen accepts small 'International' ink cartridges (one included), or a refillable ink reservoir also included.

Inks (Both cartridges and bottled inks) can be found by clicking the image below;

The pen will be shipped in the card presentation case as pictured. Along with a signed certificate of authenticity 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.