Rollerball pens have the feeling of writing with a fountain pen but not the hassle of having to change cartridges or fill ink pumps. Refills are usually  Schmidt or Hauser and are readily available from most major office supply houses.
All rollerball pens come in a presentation case suitable for gift giving.
 
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The Monroe series is a mid-priced pen with all the weight and feel of the Jefferson. Available as a fountain or rollerball pen, they also pair well with the exotic woods and even acrylics. It is truly an elegant pen without the elegant price.
The cap on the Monroe does not post to the body of the pen, so this should be considered when ordering.
Monroe Rollerball Pens

 
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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 & Sterling Silver
Extras: N/A
$120.00 X


The redwoods (Sequoia and Sequoiadendron), found in California and Oregon, are the largest and tallest trees in the world. They can live to be thousands of years old.
The two California subspecies is considered endangered and is on the IUNC Red List (International Union for Conservation of Nature).
To the best of my knowledge, no living trees were destroyed or harmed in harvesting wood for our pens.
Redwood is darker colored with light swirls and makes beautiful pens and other turned products.
Burled Redwood Finish
Trim: Gold & Sterling Silver
Extras: N/A
$120.00 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: Gold & Sterling Silver
Extras: N/A
$120.00 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 & Sterling Silver
Extras: N/A
$120.00 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!
This finish is dyed pink and purple for an unusual look!
Burled Buckeye, Double dyed Finish
Trim: Sterling Silver & Gold
Extras: N/A
$120.00 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 & Gold Finish
Trim: Gold & Sterling Silver
Extras: N/A
$160.00 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 Lapis Blue Finish
Trim: Sterling Silver & Gold
Extras: N/A
$160.00 X
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