Sustainable Woodworking for a Modern Age
Things are getting rolling now and I’ve started producing work for sale. I’ve located and gathered up some good stock of wood, from sustainable sources. I have a good supply of nice blond bamboo, recycled hardwood flooring no less! I’ve also found a source for a variety of woods, from a source that saves great wood headed to landfill. I’m starting with pens/pencils, but I also hope to have more items coming soon.
Would you like a unique gift?
Be sure to check out the Pen Styles page! I’ve got examples of a number of styles, and examples of some of the available woods. Please contact me for more information on getting your own hand made environmentally responsible pen. Pricing can vary a bit depending on the plating choice (gold, chrome, etc), the type of wood, or the complexity of the design. On the Pen Styles page I give a general price range for each of my pen types, please let me know if you have any questions!
Closed End Koa Wood Baron: A new style pen I have started making. The end is solid wood instead of the standard metal hardware, and gives it a very unique look. The wood is some Koa wood I brought back from my vacation to Hawaii, it was a box of scrap I picked up at a woodworking shop.
Check out the new items for sale! I’m still working on integrating the shopping cart with the site, so pardon any dust.
Pens for Sale
Playing around with shape and function this ink dip pen is a unique character. The grip is very comfortable and smooth, and should accept the standard sized ink nibs.
The wood is bit of Rosewood from scrap sources.
A Sierra style pen in chrome finish instead of the usual gold plating. The pen is a little thicker than the slimline style, but thinner than the Cigar.
Jatoba is a non-threatened species of tropical hardwood, with fantastic color.