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The Blue Legend!

Similar in styling to name brand pens costing hundreds of dollars more, this pen emits a stately aura of refinement and legendary styling. The vibrant Teal color of the Blue-dyed Curly Maple body bursts with texture that is only created by nature. It is further embellished by the 24k Gold plated components to create a visual appeal that is simply stunning. It has a medium size and weight that lets you know that you’ve got a serious writing instrument in your hand without being too big to take with you

This pen sports an elegant, stately style in a long, easy-writing Rollerball pen. If you like the softer touch feature of a rollerball cartridge, but prefer something smaller than the big rollerball pens, then this style pen may be for you! Un-screw the removable cap to expose the business end of this lovely writing instrument and you’re ready to go! With the tapering cap and body, slender clip and yet weighty feel, this pen boasts a striking impression of simplicity and refinement.

You’ll be very proud call this pen your own, or give it as a gift.
Buy this elegant beauty before it’s gone!
Product Detail:
Pen Condition: Brand New
Pen Component plating: 24k Gold
Wood: Blue dyed Maple Burl resulting in a Teal color
Wood Finish: Hand applied Cyanoacrylate (CA) coating, hand polished to an ultra-high gloss.
Operation: Twist-off cap
Pen Size: Length: 6 in. capped, Diameter: 9/16 in. cap and 1/2 in. main body.
Ink Color: Black
Ink Refills: Standard removable Rollerball cartridge, available at any office supply or stationary store. Nib (tip) unscrews then refill slides out the end of pen body.
A protective felt pouch is included with this pen.
Whoa, MORE!!!
Add a very attractive Maple case for less than $7!
or Add a very attractive Rosewood case for less than $9!
Better yet: Check out the PREMIUM BUBINGA case for under $19!
Or show off your pride and joy with a Fancy Glass-Top Display case for under $21!
(Listed in the accessories section of my store)
• The feeling of possessing a hand-shaped piece such as these is incomparable to what you get from machine-shaped plastic pens and pencils purchased off the shelf of your local department or office supply store.
• They have a balance that will make your writing an enjoyable & fun experience!
• They make a subtle statement of class and confidence through knowing that there is no other pen or pencil exactly like them on the planet.
Hand turned by me, every pen or pencil I turn is truly unique and different.

Wood Facts:
Specie Latin: Acer saccharum
Specie Description: The hard maple is the state tree of Wisconsin, Vermont, New York and West Virginia. In the North, during the cold nights and warm days of late winter, the sugar maple is tapped for its sucrose-containing sap, the source of maple syrup. Until the turn of the century, the heels of women's shoes were made from maple. Maple has been a favorite of American furniture makers since early Colonial days.
Hard Maple: Tends to have cream to white sapwood and light reddish brown heartstock, usually straight grained and sometimes found with high figured bird's eye or burl grain. Bird's-eye resembles small circular or elliptical figures and only found in sugar maple. Clusters of round curls that grow into balls on the sides of trees, are known as burls. They are common in the big leaf maple of the west coast. Hard maple is heavy, hard, strong, tough, stiff, close grained and possesses a uniform texture. It sands to a beautiful tight finish. Excellent resistance to abrasion, indentation and shock. Often the heart stock, shows black mineral lines and darker grey streaking, particularly in wood milled in the northern part of its range. Commercially it is usually sorted by color.

Soft Maples:
These trees tend to be very similar to the hard maples but much lighter in density. The sapwood can be very white and often show nice curl. The heartwood is tan to gray in color, often with extreme color changes on one board. Soft maple is almost never sorted by color.
Maple burl is created by an unusual growth on trees that results in a highly figured piece of wood. Maple burl is often darker in color than maple wood, yellow ochre to brown, with many whorls and patterns and an uneven, rough edge. It is often found on Big Leaf Maples native to the Pacific Northwest

Acer saccharum, Acer nigrum Other names: Sugar Maple, Black Maple
Grows in the eastern U.S., principally in Mid-Atlantic and Lake states. It favors a more northerly climate and grows to an average of 130 feet. Hard maple is the standard wood for cutting boards because it imparts no taste to food and holds up well, and has been a favorite in the furniture business since early Colonial days. It is probably the most difficult North American species to work with, but lasts a lifetime. The sapwood is creamy white with a slight reddish brown tinge and the heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown. The amount of darker brown heartwood can vary significantly according to growing region. The wood has a fine, uniform texture and is generally straight-grained, but it can also occur as “curly”, “fiddleback” and “birds-eye” figure.

Spalted maple is maple wood with dark veins caused by a pattern of rot or bacteria in the wood. Once stabilized, this wood is very decorative as it often looks like a pen and ink drawing through the wood.

Metal Plating:
24kt Gold -The amount of purity is designated by the letter "K" followed by the number of parts out of 24. Karat is expressed in 24ths, making 24k gold 100% gold. In other words, purity of gold is measured from 1 to 24. 24 Karat gold is the softest and gold in its most pure form. Most of the 24K gold pen kits I use have a clear epoxy coating over them to protect the gold from wear and scratches.

From Wikipedia: Cyanoacrylate is the generic name for cyanoacrylate based fast-acting adhesives such as methyl 2-cyanoacrylate, ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate (commonly sold under trade names like Super Glue, Krazy Glue, and Cyber Fix Glue), and n-butyl cyanoacrylate (used in the veterinary glues Vetbond and LiquiVet and skin glues like GluStitch, Xoin, Indermil, LiquiBand and Histoacryl). The related compound 2-octyl cyanoacrylate is a medical grade glue encountered under various trade names, such as derma+flex QS, SurgiSeal, octylseal, FloraSeal, Dermabond, Surgi-Lock and Nexaband; it was developed to be non-toxic and less irritating to skin tissue. Cyanoacrylate adhesives are sometimes known as instant glues. The abbreviation CA is commonly used for industrial grades.
My words: For pen finishes, CA glue provides a durable plastic-like shell over the wood or other base material. It produces a clear, hard shell that provides protection for the underlying material and can be polished to an ultra-high shine like many acrylic based materials.

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Designer Rollerball with Teal colored Curly Maple body and 24k Gold plating


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: dyed maple, maple burl, brass tubes, 24k gold plating, designer style pen, rollerball cartridge
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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