Schofield P-2 Part 2Read more
YouTube. New films. Take a look at the P-2 Part 2, it should be up and running. All about the shape of our new fountain pen. Part 3 will be about materials. I always felt that articulating Schofield on the web was a mosaic and the YouTube mosaic is coming together to form the big picture! WATCH NOW! SCHOFIELD YOUTUBE
Schofield on YoutubeRead more
True citizen of style (as many of you are) Mr K emailed with troubles of fitting a new strap to his Beater. I had taken the old strap changing video down as it was painfully dated leaving no resource for Mr K to draw upon. Having got back from a run and in a state of dress totally unsuited to
The Club!Read more
The Buoys Club, a thriving metropolis of activity! I can’t keep up. I confess I pace around the office seeking treasure to put on. Tonight there is nothing new save the most wonderful strap offerings, the Zipp knife and of course the Mandy Barker photographic artwork. There are a few of these limited edition prints left and they are as
Schofield X-rayRead more
The X-ray! Like so many of the things we make there are countless suppliers that impose their own story upon a project. Sometimes really good, for example the machinist for the P-2 and the Beaters is an unbelievable good egg and total perfectionist, whereas the dial manufacturer for the X-ray was, well… disappointing. Now I must impress that it is
Bronze Beater case backRead more
The Bronze Beater case back. Another example of Schofield’s amazing outsourced wizardry, Mr P our laser wielding genius will stop at nothing to get these little artworks perfect!
Purple Tweed!Read more
Strap focus. Purple/indigo Tweed! I use an exclamation mark because that is what this strap is, perfect for right now where ever you are! We have them ready to post.
9 hours per timeRead more
The engraved plaque for the forthcoming WAPHTTTB, this is the first prototype and though they are often hard to see there are little corruptions that occur between software. With all Schofield’s engraving we have to to and fro until it is as it should be. Getting it right is never simple, but always worth it. Interestingly I spoke to Mr