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Onoto Diamond Jubilee Silver Fountain Pen (Limited Edition)
The Onoto Diamond Jubilee fountain pen features a sterling silver cap and is made in honour of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. The tri-colour barrel is made by diffusion-bonding black, white and pearlescent silver-grey acrylic to complement the sterling silver cap. There is a diamond embedded in the 23-carat gold-plated Onoto chevron clip.

The Diamond Jubilee pen is available in a limited edition of 60.

The pen is fitted with an 18 ct gold nib. The nibs are available in standard line widths, special nibs like italic, stub or oblique can be ground to your exact specification by one of the UK's leading nib-masters at a slightly higher price. When you choose a special nib below, we will contact you for the specifications. The pen uses standard international cartridges or the supplied converter.

Like all modern Onoto pens, the pen comes with a lifetime guarantee.

Onoto pens can be personalised in many ways and are therefore often made to order. Since the pens are especially made for you, please allow for a two to four weeks delivery time. We would gladly discuss the possibilities of personalisation of the pen. If in stock, we can of course ship your pen immediately without personlisation.

In the history of writing instruments, Onoto stands proud as a name synonymous with innovation and quality. Since its foundation in 1905, Onoto fountain pens have been associated with three specific qualities: firstly, its essential Britishness; secondly, its manufacturing ingenuity and thirdly, its global marketing success.
Onoto became one of the most famous British fountain pen brands in the world, and, records show Onoto pens were used by Winston Churchill, Field Marshal Haig, Natsume Soseki (Japanese writer), Florence Nightingale, and Queen Mary to name just a few.

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