Renowned as the "Father of Western Medicine," Hippocrates, was born in 460 BCE in Kos, Greece, leaving an enduring legacy that continues to shape contemporary healthcare practices to this day. The Conklin Hippocrates family of writing instruments make the perfect gift for anyone just entering the profession, or as an elegant, everyday tool for even a seasoned practitioner.
The collection features a European-grade, hand-crafted smooth resin. The glossy black body is adorned with 18KT gilded rose gold elements representing iconic medical symbols, including the stethoscope, Bowl of Hygeia, DNA string, Heartbeat sign, Caduceus, and the Star of Life. The top of the cap boasts an 18KT gilded rose gold coin depicting Hippocrates, while the clip showcases the renowned rod of Asclepius in 18KT gilded rose gold.
The Hippocrates Collection is available in three distinct writing modes:
Fountain pen • Rollerball pen • Ballpoint pen
The fountain pen boasts a premium 18KT gilded rose gold stainless steel nib, made in Germany by JoWo, the preeminent nib manufacturer in the world. Offered in six distinctive point sizes: Extra fine, Fine, Medium, Broad, Stub and Omniflex; the pen can easily be filled via standard international ink cartridges or high quality threaded piston converter (Included).
The capped rollerball adds a touch of elegance and practicality with its smooth writing refill. Standard international refills in a myriad of point sizes and colors are available.
The twist-action ballpoint pen offers the longest possible refill life without sacrificing writing performance. Industry standard Parker® Soft Roll™ style ballpoint or Gel refills are widely available.
The Conklin Hippocrates fountain pen is presented in a deluxe gift box, accompanied by a 30 ml themed ink bottle. Similarly, the rollerball and ballpoint pens are elegantly packaged in luxury gift boxes with dedicated themed sleeves, making it the perfect gift for any member of the profession.
Experience the Conklin Hippocrates Collection – a harmonious blend of historical reverence and contemporary elegance that elevates the simple act of writing to a higher plane.