Native Texas Wood Pens

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  Celebrating my 25th anniversary of crafting  the highest quality custom writing instruments

I am gradually adding some more of the finest native Texas woods that turn into great pens!  I will include a custom "Texas" card like the one shown below for Texas Ebony.
Makes a proud statement of  Texas craftmanship.   Click the "Home" button at the bottom of the page to return to my home page:

texas pecan rollerball
  Platinum Texas Pecan  Gel/Rollerball  wood pen (Pilot G2 Gel refills)  $65   Sorry, ITEM# 602 is sold out!
ITEM #602

  Platinum Texas Spalted Sycamore  Gel/Rollerball  wood pen (Pilot G2 Gel refills)  $65   Sorry, ITEM# 603 is sold out!
ITEM #603

  Platinum Texas Black Cherry  Gel/Rollerball  wood pen (Pilot G2 Gel refills)  ITEM# 604   $65

 Texas Live Oak
Platinum Texas Live Oak  Gel/Rollerball  wood pen (Pilot G2 Gel refills)  ITEM# 605  $65

Texas Ebony
(Pithecellobium flexicaule ) ( Ebony Blackbeard) is a rare, expensive wood, only found in the very southern part of Texas.  The tree can reach 50 feet in the woods along the Rio Grande. It has rich brown heartwood and light sapwood with a slight tinge of green overall.  This is a gorgeous, tight-grained wood that is my favorite native Texas wood to work with.  It finishes extremely well (even better than mesquite) in my opinion, and would make a great gift for someone who appreciates something that is native to Texas and  hand-crafted in Texas, or the USA.   I have created a special card for these pens to show the pride of Texas craftsmanship!   Enjoy.

texasebony card

Texas Ebony Ballpoint Pen
       Platinum Texas Ebony (South Texas) Ballpoint  wood pen  (Cross refills) $55   ITEM  #20

 Texas Ebony Rollerball Pen
Platinum Texas Ebony (South Texas) Gel/Rollerball  wood pen (Pilot G2 Gel refills)  $65   ITEM #79


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