Ballpoint Wood Pens

My custom wood pens are handcrafted from: Cocobolo, Pernambuco, Rosewood, Birdseye Maple, Mesquite, Tulipwood, Cardinalwood, Dymondwood, Satine, Deer Antler, Texas Ebony, Tambootie, Bethlehem Olive Wood, Ancient Kauri Wood and more!
This first group of very colorful pens is crafted from "Dymondwood" which is laminated North American Birch, cut into thin strips, dyed, and reassembled into blocks using special resins and high pressure.  The resulting block is very stable, colorful and can be cut in various ways to achieve dramatic patterns.  The finished pen is buffed to a high gloss finish that will stay on for the life of the pen.  Also check out my Spectraply pens seen below, that are new for 2015!!!
All Dismore Woodworks ballpoints use "Cross" type refills that you can find at office supply stores, have Platinum hardware that will look great for the life of the pen and not wear off, include a free solid maple gift box, and are only $45 unless indicated otherwise. customers please post a comment and "like"my facebook business page!
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   custom wood pen
Platinum Magnum Dymondwood  ITEM #10

Platinum Dakota Dymondwood  ITEM #11


Platinum Field & Stream Dymondwood   ITEM #12

  Platinum Bubblegum Dymondwood  ITEM# 305

rainbow wood pen
  Platinum Rainbow Dymondwood   ITEM# 306 

peacock wood pen
   Platinum Peacock Dymondwood  ITEM# 307

oasis custom pen
  Platinum  Oasis Dymondwood  ITEM# 308  

Platinum Hot Fuchsia "Ladies favorite" Dymondwood   ITEM #15


  Platinum Navy Blue Dymondwood   ITEM #14 


  Platinum Mopani (Africa, South Africa)  ITEM #28

Platinum Birdseye Maple (N. America)   ITEM #17

Platinum Texas Ebony (South Texas)   ($55.00)  ITEM  #20

  rhodesian teak
   Platinum  Rhodesian Teak    ITEM  #18

    Platinum  Tambootie (Tanzania)   ITEM #26

Platinum Cocobolo  (Central America)  ITEM  #21
Since 1996, Cocobolo has been my best selling wood!

Platinum Lauro Preto (Tropical South America)   ITEM #22

Platinum Cardinalwood  (Brazil)  ITEM #24

Free solid maple case shown below (you will see similar cases as a $10.00-$18.00 option on other websites) is included with all my CUSTOM WOOD PENS  for a classy gift presentation.  No cheap plastic boxes here!  Included in each case is a wood identification card and refill instructions for the custom pen you have ordered.


Need Laser Engraving? 

First, be sure to allow one week for engraving - that's the time it takes the engraving service after I craft the pen.
It's only $10.00 additional per pen (or box) and If you want both a pen and box engraved please add the second engraving charge to the quantity in your cart.
  Engraving shows up best on light colored woods like the birdseye maple example shown below, or cardinalwood, deer antler, teak or pernambuco.  It will not show up as well on dark woods like cocobolo, Texas ebony, mopani, tambootie, or multi-colored Dymondwood, tru-stone or celluloid, and is not recommended!
For Bethlehem Olive Wood, due to the tremendous grain activity - I recommend engraving the maple gift box instead of the pen itself.  For best results on pens, please limit your text to one line of 14 characters maximum, including spaces.   For boxes you may engrave up to two lines of text.  Laser engraved items are not returnable.

 Item #100 (below) to add engraving to your order (indicate either pen or box)

 LASER ENGRAVING    $10.00  ITEM #100

  New for 2006! If you choose a dark wood, or patterned dymondwood for your pen, you may wish to have the maple gift box engraved, instead of the pen (not both)  Just specify "engrave the box" in the special instructions.  Up to two lines may be engraved.
Here is an example of an engraved maple gift box:   Again, be sure to add item #100 Laser Engraving (shown above)

More laser engraved examples here: 


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