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Handcrafted wooden pen – Blue resin pinecone – Edinburgh, Scotland – Black, fountain ink

£1,100.00

A combination of special resins, pressure and pine-cone from Scottish hills creates a beautiful pattern that makes this pen unique. No one will have the same pen. This pinecone I handpick in Scottish hills during my long hikes. Not every pinecone is usable for this craft. This pen is part of my cone edition called “The Earth”. The pen is smaller than the standard version, lighter and suitable for any lady’s hand. Every pen have also a lifetime warranty.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Blue resin pinecone – Edinburgh, Scotland – Silver, ballpoint

£1,100.00

A combination of special resins, pressure and pine-cone from Scottish hills creates a beautiful pattern that makes this pen unique. No one will have the same pen. This pinecone I handpick in Scottish hills during my long hikes. Not every pinecone is usable for this craft. This pen is part of my cone edition called “The Earth”. The pen is smaller than the standard version, lighter and suitable for any lady’s hand. Every pen have also a lifetime warranty.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Bubinga, Kenya, Africa, Silver, Ballpoint

£500.00

In Latin Guibourtia or African Rosewood. it is valued because of its strength to weight ratio, its beautiful figuring, and its close resemblance to rosewood. Bubinga Heartwood is a pink, vivid red, or red-brown with purple streaks or veins, on exposure becomes yellow or medium brown with a reddish tint. The trees can grow quite large and five-foot diameter logs are not uncommon. This particular piece is from Kenya Africa. I receive few unique pieces of this wood during my travel there.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Iroko, Venezuela, Silver, Fountain ink

£650.00

The Iroko tree is a large hardwood tree that grows in the tropics of Africa, particularly on the west coast in countries like Ghana, Guinea, Angola, Benin and Mozambique. While it’s also sometimes known as Nigerian or African Teak, the Iroko tree is not in the teak family. In fact, the timber actually compares very favourably to teak, making it an increasingly popular and more affordable alternative.

The strength, durability and rot resistance of Iroko timber give it a number of potential applications, ranging from construction, furniture and joinery to panelling, boat building and flooring. Iroko wood was also chosen for the pews in the Our Lady of Peace Basilica. Iroko can also be used in herbal medicine, with the bark milled down and used to treat coughs and even heart problems, while the latex can clear stomach and throat obstructions.

The tree grows to an average of 50 metres (164 feet) and has a diameter of 75 – 250 cm. But, as well as being a vertiginous tree, the Iroko is also surrounded by a number of tall tales, myths and folklore. In fact, the tree is both feared and revered in various cultures.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Mahogany, Brazil, Black, fountain ink

£600.00

Mahogany is native to the Caribbean and Central and South American lowland tropical or subtropical forests where rainfall averages between 1 and 2.5 meters. It was used to patch ship planks for Hernando Cortez in 1514. From the beginning, Mahogany study and harvesting has been a long and difficult battle with the trackless tropical wilderness. The visual beauty on the face of genuine Mahogany became a tradition, and so for most people, it is the most familiar characteristic of the wood. Mahogany is less liable to warping, shrinking, swelling, and twisting than other woods. This is because of its unusual resistance to moisture and atmospheric changes. Mahogany does not move – it holds its shape. Because of the size of the Mahogany tree, it produces incredibly clear large pieces.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Mahogany, Brazil, Black, fountain ink

£600.00

Mahogany is native to the Caribbean and Central and South American lowland tropical or subtropical forests where rainfall averages between 1 and 2.5 meters. It was used to patch ship planks for Hernando Cortez in 1514. From the beginning, Mahogany study and harvesting has been a long and difficult battle with the trackless tropical wilderness. The visual beauty on the face of genuine Mahogany became a tradition, and so for most people, it is the most familiar characteristic of the wood. Mahogany is less liable to warping, shrinking, swelling, and twisting than other woods. This is because of its unusual resistance to moisture and atmospheric changes. Mahogany does not move – it holds its shape. Because of the size of the Mahogany tree, it produces incredibly clear large pieces.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Mahogany, Brazil, silver, ballpoint

£600.00

Mahogany is native to the Caribbean and Central and South American lowland tropical or subtropical forests where rainfall averages between 1 and 2.5 meters. It was used to patch ship planks for Hernando Cortez in 1514. From the beginning, Mahogany study and harvesting has been a long and difficult battle with the trackless tropical wilderness. The visual beauty on the face of genuine Mahogany became a tradition, and so for most people, it is the most familiar characteristic of the wood. Mahogany is less liable to warping, shrinking, swelling, and twisting than other woods. This is because of its unusual resistance to moisture and atmospheric changes. Mahogany does not move – it holds its shape. Because of the size of the Mahogany tree, it produces incredibly clear large pieces.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive – Betlehem, Palestine – gold, fountain ink

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive – Betlehem, Palestine – gold, fountain ink

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive – Betlehem, Palestine – Silver, Ballpoint

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive – Betlehem, Palestine – Silver, Ballpoint

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive & Stabile Pinecone – Betlehem, Palestine & Scotland – gold, Ballpoint

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive & Stabile Pinecone – Betlehem, Palestine & Scotland – Silver, Ballpoint

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive & Stabile Pinecone – Betlehem, Palestine & Slovakia – Black, Ballpoint

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive & Stabile Poplar – Betlehem, Palestine & Slovakia – gold, fountain ink

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.

Handcrafted wooden pen – Olive & Stabile Poplar – Betlehem, Palestine & Slovakia – Silver, fountain ink

£550.00

The olive wood, farmed from the trees of Olea europaea, is a hard and rich in colour wood that is prized all around the world for its appearance, density, straight grain and fine texture.

Olive oil has long been considered sacred and holy. The olive wood has often been a symbol of abundance, glory, and peace. The leafy branches of the olive tree were ritually offered to deities and powerful figures as emblems of benediction and purification, and they were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. Today, olive oil is still used in many religious ceremonies. Over the years, the olive has also been used to symbolize wisdom, fertility, power, and purity. This particular piece is from Bethlehem in Palestine.