Most ballpoint pens use Cross or Parker refills that are available at most major office supply houses.
Lead refills for mechanical pencils are readily available as well.
All ballpoint pens and mechanical pencils, as well as matched sets come in a presentation case suitable for gift giving.
 
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The Washington Series is our most versatile pen when it comes to choices. This is a slim pen similar to the Cross pens available in stores, but it can be made a little more robust to suit your taste. You can choose a twist or click mechanism as well.
It also has a lot of choices for trims and finishes as well as specialty pocket clips, including rifles, deer heads, fish, fishing poles, baseball bats, soccer balls footballs, golf clubs, tennis rackets, crosses, etc. You can also get center band with the years in them. 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. are available at this time. We can even put a stylus on the cap, and it's available in several colors as well!
The Washington also makes great matching  pen & pencil sets and they all can be made with the specialties listed above! There's no extra charge to make it to your specifications, only for the extras themselves.
Call or send an e-mail and tell us exactly what you want. We'll get right back to you with a price!
By the way, the Washington uses Cross refills available almost anywhere, and the mechanical pencils also use a standard lead refill.
This is a great pen at a very nice price!
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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: Breast Cancer Awareness Pocket Clip
$0.00 X


Bloodwood (Brosimum rubescens) is a tropical South American tree that can grow to 150 feet. A bright, vivid red, the color can darken to a brownish red over time. A good finishing stage will reward the turner with an exceptional and lustrous red surface. A thick protective finish will reduce the darkening effects of time.
Bloodwood Finish
Trim: Cobalt Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$30.00 X


The lead wood tree is found from KwaZulu-Natal Province of south Africa in the south to Tanzania in the north. Lead wood trees can live up to 1000 years. The tree can remain standing for years after it has died.
 It was once used for railway sleepers and is now prized as wood for ornamental work and furniture.
The Hereros and the Ovambos tribes of Namibia regard the lead wood tree as the great ancestor of all animals and people and they never pass the tree without paying it the necessary respect!
Leadwood Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Maple is found all across the northern hemisphere in North America, Eurpoe, and Eastern Asia.
Maple is extensively planted as ornamental trees due to their fast growth.
Maple is an important source of syrup and is often used for smoking food. the charcoal from maples is an integral part of a particular process used to make Tennessee Whiskey.
Maple has a multitude of uses to numerous to name here.
Curly Maple Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Corian is the Dupont trade name for a material best known for use in kitchen and bath countertops.
Corian White Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 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: Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Corian is the DuPont trade name for a material best known for use in kitchen and bath countertops.

Corian Red Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Alder is the common name of a genus of flowering plants  belonging to the birch family, Betulaceae, which comprises about 30 species of trees and shrubs. It is distributed throughout the northern temperate Zone, and some can grow quite large.
Electric guitars, most notably the Fender Jazz Bass, Precision Bass, Stratocaster and Telecaster have been built with Alder bodies since the 1950's. Alder is also used in making furniture, cabinets, and other woodworking products. Although to numerous to name here, Alder was used, quite effectively,  for medicinal purposes by Native Americans.
Spalted Alder, Dyed Red Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 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 Tye Dye Finish
Trim: Satin Copper
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Brazilian Cherry, or Jatoba, is common to the Caribbean, central and south America. It is a hardwood that is used for furniture and flooring, and other decorative purposes (pens, too!).
although Jatoba is often referred to as Brazilian cherry, it is not a cherry tree, but a legume belonging to the Fabaceae family.
It produces an orange, resinous gum that converts to amber after a few million years. Remember "Jurassic Park"?
The wood features a tan/salmon color with black accent stripes that, over time, turn to a deep rich red color.

Brazilian Cherry Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Honduran rosewood (Dalbergia stevensonii) is found primarily in Belize in central America where it grows to 50-100 feet and as much as 3 feet in diameter.
The heartwood can range from deep brownish purple to a light brown. Most common is a brownish mauve color. The sapwood is pale yellow.Common uses are fine furniture, musical instruments, veneer, turned and other specialty wood objects like pens.
Honduran Rosewood Finish
Trim: Cobalt Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


The Eastern Black Walnut is a species in the family, Juglandaceae, and is native to eastern North America, from southern Ontario west to South Dakota South to Florida and Georgia, and southwest to central Texas.
The heartwood can range from a light pale brown to a dark chocolate brown with darker brown streaks. The sapwood is a pale yellow-gray to nearly white. Figured grain patterns such as curl crotch, and burl are also seen.
Common uses are food, dyes, furniture, gunstocks, flooring, coffins, and many other items.
Black Walnut Finish
Trim: Black Titanium
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Red maple (acer rubrum), also known as Swamp, Water, or Soft Maple, is one of the most common deciduous trees of eastern North America. Red maple is also used for the production of maple syrup although other maples are more commonly used. The red maple buds emerge much earlier in the spring than other maples and after sprouting, the chemical makeup of the sap changes imparting an undesirable flavor to the syrup. Red maple can only be tapped for syrup before the buds emerge, making the season very short.
 
Spalted Red Maple Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


This wood was purchased in bulk and it was not labeled other than Malaysian hardwood.
The quality and the beauty are there, we just can't exactly identify each piece. So rather than guess, we'll just call it unknown.
The quality is the same, we just can't identify the wood. 
It uses Cross refills available at most office supply stores. 
It does NOT include a presentation case, but is shipped in a plastic tube for protection.
This is a great pen, short on price, long on value.
Unknown Malaysian Hardwood Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 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: Cross Pocket Clip
$35.00 X


Desert Ironwood, Olneya Tesota, is a flowering tree of the legume family. This tree is found in the Sonoran Desert in the southwestern United States, Northern Mexico, and Baja California.
Desert Ironwood is very hard and heavy. Its density is greater than water and thus, sinks. 
A very popular use of ironwood is knife handles since its hardness, beautiful grain, and coloring is ideal.
It is somewhat difficult to work with and requires very sharp tools, but the effort is not wasted on this beautiful wood.
Desert Ironwood Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Cherry is commonly used for cabinetry. Have a Pepper Mill and Salt Shaker to match your cabinets!
Cherry Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Pink Ivory is a tree found in southern Africa and grows to a height of 100-130 ft. 
It ranges in color from a pale brownish pink to a bright, almost neon pink to a deep red. Typically, most pieces are a vibrant pink. Color changes can fade or dull over time and are not fully understood.
Pink Ivory trees are said to be both rare and valuable and have been rumored to be "rarer than diamonds". Other reports state that it is relatively common in some areas of south Africa, though large trees with straight, defect-free trunks are much more scarce. According to folklore, the tree is considered royal to the Zulus in South Africa.
Pink Ivory Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Olivewood (Olea europaea) is native the coastal areas of the eastern Mediterranean basin as well as northern Iran and Iraq, and south of the Caspian Sea. Known primarily for its fruit and oil products, Olive wood is also used by woodturners to create beautiful bowls, pens, and other decorative items.
The wood is a medium tan with light to dark grain. The wood finishes well with a nice shine but still maintains the natural look.
We also have Bethlehem Olivewood, from Bethlehem, and certified to be growing at the time of the Roman occupation, and a new addition, Jerusalem Olivewood.
Olive Wood Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Pistachio (Pistacia vera), part of the cashew family, is native to Iran and Iraq, but has been successfully cultivated Australia, California and New Mexico.
This wood has beautiful grains and makes for a stunning, yet subtle finish. You'll be pleased with this choice!
Burled Pistachio Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Found in warm temperate regions of North America, the Caribbean, and Was Asia, The Catalpa is a deciduous tree that can be recognized by its' large, heart shaped leaves, showy white flowers, and their long bean shaped bean pods. 
Catalpa (Catawba) Finish
Trim: Black Titanium
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Jamaican Blue Mahoe Finish
Trim: Black Titanium
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 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 Gold Dust Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Deer Pocket Clip
$35.00 X


Walnut Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Macassar ebony ( Diospyros celebica) is found in southeast Asia and is named for the port city of Makassas on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. Macassar ebony has a dramatic striped appearance similar to zebrawood, a light to reddish brown body with darker brown or black stripes.
Common uses are very high end cabinetry, billiard cues, musical instruments veneers, and turned products.
Macassar Ebony Finish
Trim: Gun Metal
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$35.00 X


Hububalli, loxopterygium sagotti, is a relatively uncommon wood from South America. The heartwood is primarily light reddish brown, often with darker streaks. The grain is generally straight but may also be interlocked or wavy. The heartwood is also fluorescent when put under a blacklight.
Common uses are furniture and cabinetry as well as flooring, veneer, and turned objects.
Hububalli Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Cross Pocket Clip
$38.00 X


Olivewood (Olea europaea) is native the coastal areas of the eastern Mediterranean basin as well as northern Iran and Iraq, and south of the Caspian Sea. Known primarily for its fruit and oil products, Olive wood is also used by woodturners to create beautiful bowls, pens, and other decorative items.
The wood is a medium tan with light to dark grain. The wood finishes well with a nice shine but still maintains the natural look.
We also have Bethlehem Olivewood, from Bethlehem, and certified to be growing at the time of the Roman occupation, and a new addition, Jerusalem Olivewood.
Olive Wood Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Cross Pocket Clip
$39.00


There are many different species of oak including both deciduous and evergreen trees. The genus Lithocarpus is native to North America and 250 species. China is also a a center for Oak and has around 100 species.
Oak has such a variety of uses from ship building in years past to construction today. It is often used for fine furniture flooring, and also barrel construction for aging wines, sherry, brandy, and whiskey.
Burled Oak Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Rifle Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Imbuya, also Imbuia, Embuya, and other variant spellings, (Ocotea porosa)  grows in southern Brazil to 130 feet. 
We have both Dark and Light colored Imbuya. 
Imbuya (Dark) Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Soccer Ball Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Cuban mahogany(Swietenia mahogani) is found in southern Florida and the Caribbean. Color can vary a fair amount with cuban mahogany, from a pale pinkish brown to a darker reddish brown. Typically, the denser the wood, the darker the color. Color does tend to darken with age.
Common uses are furniture, cabinetry, veneers, musical instruments, boat building, and turned products.
Cuban Mahogany Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Golf Club Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Bocote ( Cordia spp.) come from Mexico and Central and South America although some species occur in Africa. Bocote has a yellowish brown body with dramatic dark brown to almost black stripes. Colors do tend to darken with age. It is not uncommon to see "eyes" and other figuring in bocote. Common uses are fine furniture, cabinetry, flooring, veneer, boatbuilding, musical instrument, gun stocks, and turned products.
Bocote Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Tennis Raquet Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


African Padauk (Pterocarpus soyauxii) is a central and tropical west African tree growing to 130 feet.
The heartwood color can vary from pale pinkish orange to a deep brownish red.
Common uses are veneer, flooring, musical instruments, furniture, and turned products.
African Padauk Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Baseball Bat Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Lati, or yellowood, is one of south Africa's most valued timber tree and is their national tree. The tree is a slow-growing, usually large evergreen tree and usually reaches to 20-30 meters.
It is often used with other timbers to make fine furniture. It was also used to make railway cars and coffins! It polishes nicely and makes a beautiful  pen.
Lati Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Fish Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Ash (Fraxinus) is a hardwood and is very strong, but elastic. It is extensively used for making bow, tool handles, and baseball bats and other uses that demand high strength and resilience.
The wood is light brown, think baseball bats, and finishes nicely.

Ash Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Stylus Tip
$39.00 X


Kiatt, also known as Muninga and Mukwa, grows in south central Africa. 
The heartwood can vary in color from a light golde brown to a darker reddish or purplish brown. Its' colors reportedly get lighter with exposure to light. The grain has a medium texture and is strait to interlocked.
Kiatt is sometimes used as a substitute for teak and is relatively inexpensive.  
Kiaat Finish
Trim: Satin Gold
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$39.00 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: Stylus Tip
$39.00 X


True ebony is a dense black wood of the genus Diospyros. Gaboon ebony (Diospyros crassiflora) is native to west Africa. Gaboon ebony is typically jet black with almost no, if any, grain at all. There may be some dark brown that shows through, but not often.
Ebony has a long history of use, being found in ancient Egyptian tombs. Fine cabinetry, framing, and carvings are also common uses.
Gaboon ebony is just amazing. Nothing says it better than basic black!
Another of my favorites!
Gaboon Ebony Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Flag Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Tamboti (spirostachys africana) is a medium sized deciduous tree growing in the warmer parts of Southern Africa.
It is prized in the furniture industry for its beautiful, dense and durable timber which is reddish-brown with darker streaks and a satin-like luster.
Tamboti Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Cross Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Walnut Finish
Trim: Bright Copper
Extras: Breast Cancer Awareness Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Maple is found all across the northern hemisphere in North America, Eurpoe, and Eastern Asia.
Maple is extensively planted as ornamental trees due to their fast growth.
Maple is an important source of syrup and is often used for smoking food. the charcoal from maples is an integral part of a particular process used to make Tennessee Whiskey.
Maple has a multitude of uses to numerous to name here.
Curly Maple Finish
Trim: Cobalt Gold, Black Stripe
Extras: Flag Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Olivewood (Olea europaea) is native the coastal areas of the eastern Mediterranean basin as well as northern Iran and Iraq, and south of the Caspian Sea. Known primarily for its fruit and oil products, Olive wood is also used by woodturners to create beautiful bowls, pens, and other decorative items.
The wood is a medium tan with light to dark grain. The wood finishes well with a nice shine but still maintains the natural look.
We also have Bethlehem Olivewood, from Bethlehem, and certified to be growing at the time of the Roman occupation, and a new addition, Jerusalem Olivewood.
Olive Wood Finish
Trim: Rose Gold
Extras: Breast Cancer Awareness Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Lacewood (panopsis spp.) is a tropical South American tree growing to about 50 feet.
It has a very conspicuous flecking that gives the wood its namesake. The wood is reddish brown with grey or light brown rays which result in a lace pattern. Lacewood is commonly used in veneers, cabinetry, fine furniture, musical instruments (mostly guitars), and turned products.
The lace pattern is beautiful and you will not be disappointed.

Lacewood Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Football & Helmet Pocket Clip
$39.00 X


Walnut Finish $39.00 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 $39.00 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: Bowfish Pocket Clip
$41.00 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 Pink Finish
Extras: Twist Mechanism
$41.00 X


Brazilian Cherry, or Jatoba, is common to the Caribbean, central and south America. It is a hardwood that is used for furniture and flooring, and other decorative purposes (pens, too!).
although Jatoba is often referred to as Brazilian cherry, it is not a cherry tree, but a legume belonging to the Fabaceae family.
It produces an orange, resinous gum that converts to amber after a few million years. Remember "Jurassic Park"?
The wood features a tan/salmon color with black accent stripes that, over time, turn to a deep rich red color.

Brazilian Cherry Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Filigree Sleeve
$41.00 X


Cocobola (Dalbergia retusa) is a Central American tree growing to 60 feet. Cocobola can be seen in a kaleidoscope of colors ranging from yellow, orange, red, and shades of brown with streaks of black or purple. Sapwood is typically a very pale yellow. Colors are lighter when freshly sanded and darken with age. Cocobola is highly prized and in limited supply, but is not on an endangered species list as yet.
Common uses are fine furniture, musical instruments, and turned products.
Cocobola is one of my non-burl favorites!
Cocobola Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Filigree Sleeve
$41.00 X


Cocobola (Dalbergia retusa) is a Central American tree growing to 60 feet. Cocobola can be seen in a kaleidoscope of colors ranging from yellow, orange, red, and shades of brown with streaks of black or purple. Sapwood is typically a very pale yellow. Colors are lighter when freshly sanded and darken with age. Cocobola is highly prized and in limited supply, but is not on an endangered species list as yet.
Common uses are fine furniture, musical instruments, and turned products.
Cocobola is one of my non-burl favorites!
Cocobola Finish
Trim: Gold
Extras: Filigree Sleeve
$41.00 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.
 
My wife's favorite acrylic. It has the look of royalty.
I use this color for pens given as gifts to the International Pageants winners!
Acrylic Purple Haze Finish $44.00 X
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