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Kingsley Chequer – clKingsleyassic twist-action Ball Pen and Fountain Pen with chequer engraving for easy grip.

  • Classic twist-action Ball Pen.
  • Chequer engraving for easy grip.
  • Kingsley engraved logo on cap and clip.
  • Ball Pen comes fitted with a black ink refill, Fountain Pen comes with ink cartridgeSheaffer.

Sheaffer Prelude set revered for its high level of comfort. Its mid-size profile and smooth finish make it a favourite for those desiring an easy and pleasurable writing experience.

    • Ball Pen comes fitted with medium ball pen refill, Fountain Pen comes with ink cartridge.
    • Sheaffer limited lifetime warranty.
    • Packaged in a luxury Sheaffer gift box.


Sonnet is one of Parker’s signature collections and is characterised by beautifully balanced, contemporary styled pens.

  • Stainless Steel with Gold Trim.
  • Ball Pen comes fitted with one ink refill, Fountain Pen comes with ink cartridges.
  • Packaged in a luxury Parker Gift Box.
  • 2 years international warranty.



Created with a keen appreciation for modernist design and lasting value, Century II offers a bolder look and wider girth than the original Classic Century.

  • Century II chrome with herringbone engraved pattern.
  • Fountain Pen stainless steel nib.
  • Ball Pen is fitted with a ball pen refill, Fountain Pen comes with blue ink cartridge.
  • Lifetime mechanical guarantee.
  • Premium Gift Box.

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Celebrities and Their Pens

Last week David Dimbleby visited our Regent Street store to purchase a Parker Sonnet Black Lacquer Gold Trim Fountain Pen which he used on BBC Question Time. This made us curious as to other famous people and which pens they used. After researching this we were delighted to discover we are not the only pen lovers, here we have listed a few fellow celebrity collectors.


1.    Robert Patterson famously bought pen collector Kirsten Stewart a $46,000 limited edition Tibaldi Bentley Crewe fountain pen for her birthday. From a limited edition of 40 the pen has a two-tone 18-carat yellow gold nib covered in rhodium and ruthenium.

2.    Stephen King used a Waterman Fountain Pen to write his novel Dreamcatcher and even mentioned this in the Author’s Note: “One final note.  This book was written with the world’s finest word processor, a Waterman cartridge fountain pen.  To write the first draft of such a long book by hand put me in touch with the language as I haven’t been in years.  I even wrote one night (during a power outage) by candlelight.  One rarely finds such opportunities in the twenty-first century, and they are to be savored.”-Stephen King


3.    Arthur Conan Doyle wrote his later Sherlock novels with a Parker Duofold Fountain Pen. The new BBC Sherlock series pays homage to this when Holmes comments by looking at a letter that it was written by a Parker pen.

4.    Anne Frank apparently wrote her now famous diary with a Montblanc Fountain Pen. When her pen was destroyed after she accidently threw it into the fireplace she was so devastated she wrote an ‘ode’ to her pen.

5.    The Queen has used a Parker 51 for personal use since 1959 and both HM The Queen and The Prince of Wales have given Royal Warrants to Parker.

6.    Walt Disney himself was often seen in pictures with Sheaffer pens. A well-used Sheaffer Balance Fountain Pen was found in Walt Disney’s desk in 1970 when his office was being inventoried.


7. Sylvester Stallone loves Montegrappa pens so much he is now the brands ambassador and collaborated with the company to produce the Chaos pen range which he used in Expendables II. Sylvester Stallone’s “Chaos” pen is fashioned from precious materials and produced in limited numbers.

8.    Author Neil Gaimen is an avid Fountain Pen collector telling the BBC: ‘My current favourite is a Visconti because it has a magnet in the lid which goes clunk when I put the top on – I am easily satisfied. I probably have between 40 and 60 fountain pens, which is a bit silly, but once people are aware that you like them, they like to give them as gifts.’

9.    Dragons’ Den regular Peter Jones is thought to favour a Yard-O-Led Viceroy, which is hand made from English Hallmarked Sterling Silver.


10.    Albert Einstein used both a Pelikan 100 N and a Waterman Taper-cap Fountain Pen which he used to develop the Theory of Relativity. The Waterman pen is on display at the Boerhaave Museum in Leiden.

11. Nick Hewer, Lord Sugar’s adviser in the BBC series The Apprentice, is often seen chewing on the end of his Lamy pen as he takes notes on the misadventures of candidates. In an interview with the Daily Express he said: “I’m not one for ostentatious treaty-signing type pens but I do think in business making an effort with the little things sends out a signal that you are serious about what you are doing.”

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Back To School

Back To School

The school holidays are almost over and it is once again time to start thinking about stationery supplies for the next school year. If you are a returning student, or simply looking to find the perfect gift for someone starting school we have a range of exclusive offers now available.

We have a selection of pen sets on offer from Faber-Castell, Kingsley, Sheaffer and Cross with reductions of over 50%. To see the full range of back to school offers click Here.

The Kingsley pen range has been specially selected by the Pen Shop team, who have used over 150 years of experience in finding the perfect pen for our customers to source this exclusive range. As part of our back to school offers save 50% on our Kingsley Commodore Matt Black Fountain Pen & Ball Pen set. Presented in a red Kingsley gift box both pens feature shiny chrome trims and come with a free leather pouch. This exclusive set was originally priced at £80.00 but is now available for only £40.00.

Faber-Castell celebrated its 250th anniversary last year making it the oldest manufacturer of writing instruments in the world. The founder of the company was Kaspar Faber (1730 – 1784) from Nuremberg who originally worked for local traders before setting up his own pencil making company. From these humble beginnings Faber-Castell has become one of the most recognised writing manufacturing brands worldwide. In 1870 the name A.W. Faber was officially entered in the US Register of Companies, as the fifth name in the first ledger. Since the four companies ahead of it no longer exist, A.W. Faber is the oldest brand name in the USA. With our back to school offers you can save £50.00 on a Faber-Castell Ball Pen and Pencil set.

Sheaffer was founded in 1912 and this year celebrates its 100 year legacy as one of the leading companies in the pen industry. The Sheaffer Prelude collection is used the world over and is revered for its high level of comfort. Its wide profile and smooth finish make it a favourite for those desiring an easy and pleasurable writing experience. As part of our back to school offers we have two Sheaffer Prelude sets available for £55 reduced from £118 which both feature a twist action Ball Pen and Cartridge Fountain Pen.

Go back to school in style this autumn with The Pen Shop.

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