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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Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) is native to tropical Africa. The heartwood is a deep reddish brown with a purplish hue. The pale yellow sapwood is very wide and sharply demarcated from the heartwood. Spalting and other discoloration is very common in the sapwood and is the majority of the tamarind available in the United States.
Common uses are furniture carving, and turned products.
Ours is spalted tamarind and offers very unusual lines and patterns in the wood.
Spalted Tamarind Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: N/A
$70.00 X


Amboyna burl (pterocarpus inicus), or Narra, is one of the most distinctive and sought after woods in the world. It is called Amboyna when it is in burled form.
The heartwood ranges from golden yellow to deep red with beautifully contrasting, straw-colored sapwood, and an often spectacular, wavy grain pattern.
Amboyna is very popular with pen turners and carvers as well as pool cue makers, fine furniture makers, and seekers of dramatic inlay materials.
This is probably my personal favorite among all the burls we have.
Burled Amboyna Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: N/A
$80.00 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 Pearlized Rainbow Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: N/A
$90.00 X


From Central and northern South America, is regarded by most as the heaviest and hardest wood in the world. It's natural oils provide self-lubrication and for that reason, has been used as propeller shaft bearings on ships. BesidesBearings, other common uses are tool handles, pulley wheels and turned objects.
Lignum Vitae is Latin for "The Tree of Life" which is derived from the tree's many medicinal uses. 
Lignum Vitae has been exploited to the brink of extinction and is now an endangered species (ours is recycled from other users).
Lignum Vitae is sold buy the pound instead of the usual board/foot which makes it considerably expensive.
The heartwood can range from pale yellowish olive to a deeper forest green to dark brown and almost black.
This is an excellent hardwood to add to your collection!
Lignum Vitae Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$90.00 X


Snakewood (Brosimum guianesis) grows in the coastal regions of northeast South America. Snakewood is so called for its characteristic snakeskin patterns. It is typically reddish-brown with contrasting darker brown or black patches. Colors tend to darken and homogenize with age.
Common uses are inlay, veneer, violin bows, and other small turned products.
This is an interesting wood that is exactly as described. It is my son's favorite wood!
Snakewood Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: N/A
$120.00 X
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