Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and Click Pencil Set with 24kt Gold Trim

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Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and Click Pencil Set with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and  Click Pencil Set with 24kt G
  • Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and  Click Pencil Set with 24kt G
  • Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and  Click Pencil Set with 24kt G
  • Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and  Click Pencil Set with 24kt G
  • Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and  Click Pencil Set with 24kt G
  • Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and  Click Pencil Set with 24kt G
  • Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and  Click Pencil Set with 24kt G
  • Handmade Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood Twist Pen and  Click Pencil Set with 24kt G
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$39.99

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This Cross style twist Pen & .7 mm Click Pencil Set, handmade using Aromatic Cedar & Maple Wood with 24kt Gold Trim, sleek, refined design makes it an exceptionally popular gift that never goes out of style.

The pen has a Private Reserve Cross Style Refill, in my opinion the best ink available. You must choose either black or blue ink.

The wood is turned on a lathe, sanded and finished with four coats of polish, all by hand. This creates a beautiful shine that brings out the natural beauty of the wood. It is a water proof, high gloss finish that is non-toxic and non-flammable after drying. Over time, the oils from your hand will enhance the finish and the wood may darken.

I use no type of duplicating equipment, therefore, even with like woods, no two pens will be identical. This pen set is truly one of a kind.

The 24kt gold uses a "premium rack plating" process and is covered with an epoxy coating for extreme durability. Its beauty and durability has a lifetime guarantee or your money back.

MAPLE WOOD:

Acer is a genus of trees or shrubs commonly known as maple. Some of the larger maple species have valuable timber, particularly Sugar Maple in North America, and Sycamore Maple in Europe. Sugar Maple wood - often known as “Hard Maple” - is the wood of choice for bowling pins, bowling alley lanes, pool cue shafts, and butcher’s blocks. Maple wood is also used for the manufacture of wooden baseball bats, though less often than Ash or Hickory due to the tendency of maple bats to shatter when broken. Maple is also commonly used in archery as the core material in the limbs of Recurve Bow due to its stiffness and strength.

Some Maple wood has a highly decorative wood grain, known as Flame Maple, Quilt Maple, Birdseye Maple and Burl Wood. This condition occurs randomly in individual trees of several species, and often cannot be detected until the wood has been sawn, though it is sometimes visible in the standing tree as rippled pattern in the bark. These select decorative wood pieces also have subcategories which further filter the aesthetic looks. Crotch Wood, Bees Wing, Cats Paw, Old Growth and Mottled are some terms used to describe the look of these decorative woods.

Maples have a long history of use for furniture production in the United States. Considered a tone wood, Maple is used in numerous musical instruments.

EASTERN (AROMATIC) RED CEDAR WOOD:

Juniperus virginiana (Eastern Red Cedar, Red Cedar, Eastern Juniper, Red Juniper, Pencil Cedar) is a species of juniper native to eastern North America from southeastern Canada to the Gulf of Mexico and east of the Great Plains.

The fine-grained, soft brittle pinkish-to brownish-red heartwood is fragrant, very light and very durable, even in contact with soil. Because of it’s rot resistance, the wood is used for fence posts. The aromatic wood is avoided by moths, so it is in demand as lining for clothes chests and closets. If correctly prepared, it makes excellent English longbows, flatbows, and Native American sinew-backed bows. The wood is marketed as “Eastern Red Cedar” or “Aromatic Cedar”. The best portions of the heartwood are one of the few woods good for making pencils, but the supply had diminished sufficiently by the 1940's that it was largely replaced by Incense Cedar.

Native American Tribes used Juniper wood poles to mark out agreed tribal hunting territories. French traders named Baton Rouge, LA (meaning “Red Stick”) from the reddish color of these poles.

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Pens by Chris