Announcement A good pen can affect the quality of writing itself, with a fine pen in hand, one doesn't jot — one composes. One doesn't dash off a line to a friend — one corresponds.
A good pen can affect the quality of writing itself, with a fine pen in hand, one doesn't jot — one composes. One doesn't dash off a line to a friend — one corresponds.
- All 307
- Click Top Ballpoint Pens 21
- Twist Ballpoint Pens 110
- Capped Ballpoint Pens 3
- Fountain Pens 78
- Rollerballs 42
- Steampunk Ballpoint Pens 3
- Bolt Action Pens 4
- Cat and Dog Pens 13
- Inlayed Wood Pens 9
- Mechanical Pencils 22
- Capless Rollerballs 2
Gregory von Richter on Sep 13, 20235 out of 5 stars
Spectacular! I originally bought a pen just like this, the same beautiful green burl wood, for signing very large contract, which in fact I did. My fiancé, however, stole my pen, so I got her another one. Also spectacular, also green, also gorgeous. If you can get your hands on one of these don’t wait. Just do it. Gorgeous, smooth writing Schmidt rollerball, unique and reasonably priced.
Nathaniel on Aug 27, 20235 out of 5 stars
This pen is BEAUTIFUL. I get compliments on the style. I love that it is a Lowkey pen but still stands out. Writes smooth and I love the build quality. And the shipment quality was above and beyond I did not expect it to come on a case with a suede pen bag. If I can put more than 5 stars I would. I’m SUPER happy with the purchase. People said I was dumb for buying a 90 dollar pen till they held it 😂
Nathaniel on Aug 27, 20235 out of 5 stars
The pen blew my expectations away. The gold looks even better in person the quality is balanced. I get compliments every time I have it out. AND THE PEN JUST GLIDES WHEN YOU RIGHT. This pen has definitely raised my standards for pens and I love it
Dyer on Aug 22, 20235 out of 5 stars
This Circuit card pen exceeded our expectations. My grandson is starting college in electrical engineering and minoring in computer science. He will love this pen. Thank you.
Gregory von Richter on Jul 22, 20235 out of 5 stars
Spectacular, gorgeous, we’ll-made. Planned this as a gift for a large contract signing, but no. They can have the Mont Blanc. I’ll keep this for my new pen.
Fran St Germain
I have enjoyed working with wood all my life. Originally, there were much larger projects such as home remodels. As the years past I started to look for a smaller type of wood working project. I now enjoy the endless variations of pen making.
Cross manufactures ink pen refills for some of my Handcrafted Pens
Provide some ink refills for my pens
Parker manufactures pen refills that fit some of my handcrafted pens
Distributor of the pen cases I use for my pens
Scheider manufactures some of the rollerball refills in my pens.
Schmidt manufactures the refills that fit some of my custom pens
Customs and import taxes
Returns & exchanges
Frequently asked questions
Who manufactures your pens?
I handcraft all the pens on this website. No two handmade items are exactly alike. Variations in color, shading, texture, shape and grain are inherent in a handmade item. No two items are alike, so that every single one is one-of-a-kind. This means that every handmade item you purchase is also one-of-a-kind. What’s not to like about that?
Where does your wood come from?
All of our wood products are purchased through legally licensed providers that provide exotic woods from sustainable forest product areas.
How do you price your pens?
All of our pen pricing is based on the price of the materials involved in the making of the pen. You may see two pens that are the same style but priced differently. The price of the finishes plus the cost of the Woods or Acrylic affect the pricing. Chrome plating while durable is less expensive than say Antique Pewter. A more common wood is cheaper than a rare exotic such as Burl. All pens are not created equal. The time involved for the final steps of sanding and sizing for an exact fit are the most important. My pens may at first seem a little more expensive but the finished quality of fit and finish are very high and require more time and skill to complete. I redo and dis-guard pens and parts all the time that do not meet my standards.
Will the pen I order be the same as the image?
Yes, all of our pens are one of a kind, no large production. When a pen is purchased, the item page changes to out of stock because it is the only one there is.
What if I want a pen that is out of stock?
If you see a pen you like, let me know, I will give you a price, and estimated ship date. Please note that although the pen I make will be similar there will be slight changes in color and grain as each wood or acrylic piece is unique
Can I get a custom pen made?
Yes, you can, if you see a pen style you like and a wood or acrylic you like on another pen let us know and we will give you a price, and estimated ship date
Where do you ship to?
We currently only sell and ship to the 48 continental USA states and Canada by USPS.
Can I return my purchase?
We accept returns for 14 days from the date you receive your order. We do not pay for return shipping unless the pen is defective.
Can I get refills for the pens I order?
Every ballpoint and rollerball pen I sell uses standard Cross or Parker refills. The fountain pens use Waterman Style, and all are available at office supply and stationery stores worldwide.
Do you display at Craft Fairs?
Yes I do, any upcoming shows will be found on my homepage under announcements. I currently am only doing shows in Massachusetts.