All fountain pens come with an ink pump and one ink cartridge. The ink pump can be filled with the color and type of ink quickly and easily by simply hand turning the screw. No muss, no fuss. 
All fountain pens come in a presentation gift case suitable for gift giving.
 
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The Jackson is our most popular, price conscious series of fountain and rollerball pens. It combines price with style, weight, feel, and reliability.
This pen pairs really well with exotic woods, TruStone, or Mokume, yet can be designed with all types of acrylics to give it any kind of look you want! The Jackson is probably the most flexible when it comes to designing your personality into a pen! 
The cap does post to the body of the pen and has a great writing feel either way, posted or not.
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Thuya (Tetraclinis) is in the cypress family containing only one species. It is native to the northwestern Africa and also grows in Malta and southeast Spain. It is the official wood of Morocco and is used for religious carvings and carvings for the tourist industry.
Thuya is an absolutely beautiful medium to dark brown with incredible swirl patterns. It makes an elegant pen and is available in limited quantities.
Burled Thuya Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$82.00 X


Canxan Negro, aka Nargusta, is similar in strength to American Oak and is a fast-growing tropical hardwood occurring in Southern Mexico to Brazil Nargusta has a tight wavy grain and medium texture. It is light brown and has distinctive reddish veins along the grain. Common uses are flooring, paneling, furniture and cabinet work, doors, boat building, and turned products such as pens and bowls. 
Burled Canxan Negro Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$82.00 X


Zircote (cordia dodecandra) is found in central America and Mexico. Colors range from medium to dark brown, sometimes with either a green or purple hue, with darker bands of black growth rings intermixed.
Common uses are furniture, veneer, cabinetry, gunstocks, musical instruments (acoustic & electric guitars), and specialty wood items including pens and carvings. Burls add beautiful swirl patterns in the wood as opposed to normal grains.
Burled Zircote Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$82.00 X


Acrylic refers to a family of synthetic, or man-made, plastic materials containing one ore more derivatives of acrylic acid. Acrylic plastics are polymers, a material made up of many molecules linked together.
Acrylic Caribbean Blue Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$82.00 X


Fiji Lavender Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$90.00 X


Buckeye (Aesculus spp.) grows in the eastern United states and is also the state tree of Ohio. The heartwood is creamy white or yellowish and can have grayish streaks. Buckeye burl has reddish brown knots with light to dark grey swirls of discoloring.
We offer natural buckeye burl but lean toward the dyed wood (red, green blue, orange, and others) that offer some of the most unusual combinations we've seen!  We also offer spalted buckeye which finishes a yellowish gray. It is simply one of the best looking pens we've made!
Burled Buckeye Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$95.00 X


Mokume gane is a mixed metal technique used for producing the appearance of wood grain on metal. The name is descriptive. "Moku" means wood, "me" means eye, and "gane' translates as metal. A variety of metals can be used in mokume gane. It can be used to make not only jewelry, but also a variety of other metal items including weapons (and pens!).
Mokume gane was invented by Denbei Shoami, a 17th century smith. Originally the process was used to make elaborate and ornamental samurai sword handles and sheaths. Historically, gold, copper, and silver were used to create laminated billets. Theses laminated billets were then used to forge, craft, and finish the mokume gane items.
Mokume Black & White Finish
Trim: Black Titanium
Extras: N/A
$180.00 X


Mokume gane is a mixed metal technique used for producing the appearance of wood grain on metal. The name is descriptive. "Moku" means wood, "me" means eye, and "gane' translates as metal. A variety of metals can be used in mokume gane. It can be used to make not only jewelry, but also a variety of other metal items including weapons (and pens!).
Mokume gane was invented by Denbei Shoami, a 17th century smith. Originally the process was used to make elaborate and ornamental samurai sword handles and sheaths. Historically, gold, copper, and silver were used to create laminated billets. Theses laminated billets were then used to forge, craft, and finish the mokume gane items.
Mokume White Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$180.00 X
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