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Unique handcrafted exotic wood fine writing instruments

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If you would like to purchase a pen marked SOLD, please contact us. We can usually make another that is very similar.

Materials are classified in four categories.  Please click on the category below to see our selection of woods.

Wood Fountain Pens

Wood Rollerball Pens

Wood Ballpoint Pens

Bethlehem Olive Pens

Exotic Scripts

Wood Pens Accessories

About Plating

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Use and Care

•  Traditional Grains for a refined, sophisticated appearance.
•  Burls, Curls, Quilts and Spalts for the unusual that Mother Nature has to offer.  Every pen will be truly unique.
•  Dyed and Double Dyed for both the unusual and colorful.
•  Alternative Materials for something other than wood.
Alternative Ivory - cast polyester resin used to restore furniture in National Trust and English Heritage properties.
Deer Antler


The desk pens require a larger blank, therefore selection is limited to those indicated with an asterisk (*).
Premium woods are indicated with a pound sign (#).

TRADITIONAL GRAIN                            WOOD                                 ORIGIN

    * Rosewood                                        Guatemala

     * South American Rosewood            South America

     * Indian Rosewood                            Malaysia

       Bubunga                                          Africa

       Holly                                                 New York

     * Bocote                                             Central America

       Ebony                                              Africa

       Macassar Ebony                              Southeast Asia

       Bloodwood                                       Brazil

  *# Stabilized Gold Pomelle                    Africa
                                                    Bubunga Sapwood
    # Bethlehem Olive                               City of Bethlehem

       Mediterranean Olive                          Africa

     * Cocobolo                                          Central America

       Marblewood                                      Suriname

       Tamboti                                             Africa

       Pink Ivory                                          East Africa

       Goncalo Alves                                   South America

       Canarywood                                       Brazil

     * Kingwood                                           Brazil

     * Tulipwood                                           Brazil

       Figured Mesquite                                Arizona

       Desert Ironwood                                  Arizona

     * Leopardwood                                      Brazil

       Zebrawood                                          Australia

     * Black Walnut                                      Illinois

       Birdseye Maple                                   New York

       Woody Pear                                        Australia

       Wenge                                                Africa

    # Stabilized Crosscut Zebrawood          Africa

       Lacewood                                            Australia

       Pau Ferro                                            Bolivia

       Mun Ebony                                          Laos