Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim

P-018
Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
  • Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
  • Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
  • Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
  • Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
  • Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
  • Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
  • Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
  • Handmade Designer Teak Wood Old World European Style Twist Pen with Satin Trim
USD
$29.99

Required: Please select an ink color

Select for Single Pen or Pen Set. See in "Options" Gallery.

Select Pouch Color. Black, Blue, Maroon or Gray. See Colors in "Options" Gallery.

Select Extra Cross™ Style Ball Point Refills

The Designer pen could be mistaken for one of the most expensive writing instruments in the world.  It is sure to be a keepsake for years to come.

The teak wood is turned on a lathe, sanded and finished, all by hand, with four coats of polish. This creates a beautiful shine that brings out the natural beauty of the wood.  It is 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 Private Reserve Ink in all of my Cross style pens. In my opinion the best ink available. The ink is black in all pens unless otherwise noted.

No duplicating equipment is used in my work, therefore, even with like woods, no two Pens will be identical. This Pen is truly one of a kind.

The pictures in this listing are of the item that you will receive.

Satin series pens undergo a special plating process that produces a matte finish that features a slight texture that looks and feels great. This popular plating offers a unique alternative to traditional plating.

Teak Wood:

TEAK (Tetona Grandis) is the common name for the tropical hardwood tree species Tectona Grandis and its wood products. Tectona Grandis is native to south and southeast Asia, mainly India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Burma, but is naturalized and cultivated in many countries, including those in Africa and the Caribbean. Burma accounts for nearly one third of the world’s total teak production. The work teak comes from the Tamil (in the Dravidan region) word thekku. Teak is used extensively in India to make doors and window frames, furniture and columns and beams in old type houses. It is very resistant to termite attacks. Mature teak fetches a very good price. It is grown extensively by forest departments of different states in forest areas.

Teak is also used extensively in boat decks, as it is extremely durable and requires very little maintenance. The teak tends to wear in to the softer ‘summer’ growth bands first, forming a natural ‘non-slip’ surface. Any sanding is therefore only damaging. Use of modern cleaning compounds, oil or preservatives will shorten the life of the teak, as it contains natural teak-oil a very small distance below the white surface. Wooden boat experts will only wash the teak with salt water, and re-caulk when needed. This cleans the deck, and prevents it from drying out and the wood shrinking. The salt helps it absorb and retain moisture and prevents any mildew and algal growth.

This product handmade by

Pens by Chris