Aviator Flying Doctor Sterling Silver Pen
The Aviator sterling silver pen is made in solid sterling silver with a gold-plated clip. The cap button features the iconic propeller from the Supermarine S6B milled from solid sterling silver. The clip features the gold and silver Rod of Asclepius which is the symbol of medicine worldwide.
The Flying Doctor sterling silver pen is available in a limited edition of 28.
2 in stock
- 75 £
- 35 £
- 180 £
Please be aware that this option is not compatible with additional weight. If uncertain please contact us.
A pen for every aircraft enthusiast… Milled from solid silver and inspired by one of the most famous planes, the Supermarine S6B, the ‘father’ of the Spitfire.
In the history of aviation, few people have made such an impact as Reginald Mitchell. Known simply as ‘RJ’, Mitchell revolutionised aircraft design in the early years of British aviation and is best-known as the designer of the Spitfire.
For The Aviator, we have turned to one of RJ’s earlier designs, the Supermarine S6B, for inspiration. The ridged fuselage of the Supermarine S6B, designed by Mitchell to cool the engine oil, is the inspiration behind the highly tactile barrel and cap of The Aviator.
The clip features the gold and silver Rod of Asclepius which is the symbol of medicine worldwide.
Solid hallmarked sterling silver
Onoto size 7 in 18ct gold
Button: Embossed 23ct gold-plated sterling silver propeller logo
Clip: 23ct gold-plated with Onoto cipher and chevron markings
Capped (closed): 136mm
Uncapped including nib: 127.5mm
Cap length: 68mm
Barrel diameter: 10 – 13.5mm
Cap diameter: 14 – 15.8mm
18ct carat gold: Fine, medium or broad nib as standard
Customised stub, italic or other styles available to order
Converter (provided) or standard European cartridge
Conversion kit available to order separately
Europe – 17.99
Worldwide – 19.99
EU countries include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
Items with standard specifications, i.e. no options are chosen, will normally be dispatched within 2-3 working days. Delivery lead time can be delayed in some circumstances. For example if you have requested personalisation of your order such as engraving or change of fittings.
If for any reason we are unable to meet our delivery commitments, we will contact you with a revised estimated delivery date or offer you the option to cancel or select other goods.