Tor rollerball (Doctor Who), in gunmetal
A classical pen, with double banding on the cap and shaped finial on both the cap and pen. The cap screws to the pen firmly when not in use, and can be posted, if preferred, when in use.
The fountain pen comes with a standard ink cartridge and an ink convertor, whilst the roller ball comes with a premium quality refill.
- Classic design
- Shaped finials
- Postable cap
- Various hardware finishes available
- Rose gold
Material used to craft this pen:
The mk1 tardis was created for Peter Cushing who appeared in the film 'Doctor Who and the Daleks'.
It was originally constructed in 1965 at Shepperton Studios as a premiere model for the cast to emerge from on stage.
This tardis was later re-built by the BBC prop department for use at Children in Need 2009 at the Leicester Space Centre.
It was later sold at a charity auction in 2011, where it remained in a private collection.
Scientific Name: Pinus sylvestris
Distribution: Native to Europe and northern Asia;
also planted in New Zealand and Northeastern and Midwestern United States.
Color/Appearance: Heartwood is light reddish brown, demarcated sapwood is pale yellow to nearly white.
Tree Size: 65-115 ft (20-35 m) tall, 2-3 ft (.6-1 m) trunk diameter
Comments: Scots Pine has an enormous distribution, spanning from Portugal in the west out to eastern Siberia. Consequently, there’s also a great amount of natural variability in terms of density, strength, and appearance because of the wide range of growth conditions for the tree. Trees from colder northern climates tend to produce denser, more finely-textured wood because of their slower growth rates.