Hand Turned Wooden Pens
Perfect for Dads and Grads!
An elegant pen with chrome metal finishes available in the orange and black burl wood, knotty redwood, or the striped olive wood. The orange and black burl wood has a high gloss CA finish, while the others are a softer oil finish with a more natural wood feel to them.
The wood is called Purple Heart and it is really that purple! Slim, comfy, and smooth to use. This pencil has brushed nickel metal finishes and an oil finish on the wood for a natural feel and better grip. Perfect pencil for anyone who loves drafting, sketching, or even just writing your grocery list. Remove the end for a refillable eraser. Click to feed the lead.
The slimline pen is great for smaller hands or carrying in your purse or billfold. Available in Live Oak, Canary Yellow Elm Burl, or Mesquite, all with gunmetal finish. The mesquite in this pen contains part of the sapwood for that eye catching stripe of blond (last two photos). The Live Oak is the rich brown tight-grained wood in the second picture. All 3 have an oil finish for a more natural feel and good grip.
A little fatter than the slimline pen, the Roadster is great for anyone everyday. Twist to open. Available in: Red Elm Burl with chrome metal finish, Cocobolo with gunmetal finish, Olive Wood with chrome metal finish, and Walnut with gunmetal finish and a slight bulge for better grip. I've posted 2 photos of the olive wood pen to show the incredible wood grain. The Cocobolo roadster features a striking knot in the wood in the top section of the pen, it's just beautiful. These all have an oil finish for a more natural feel and better grip.
Additional selection available downtown
Bozeman at The Last Wind-Up, and at
Essential Gallery in Moscow Idaho.
My husband is a talented craftsman in his own right and enjoys making beautiful furniture, bowls, pens, and other enchanting objects. He harvests some of his own wood in addition to using commercial kiln dried lumber. We've been using and gifting his pens for years, and they are such a pleasure to write with. It's time to offer them up to the public.