Welcome to my Pen Gallery
I create custom hand-crafted pens as well as other lathe-turned items. This web site exhibits some of my creations and illustrates the pen-making process. Every pen you see in my gallery I personally crafted in my basement workshop. I particularly enjoy crafting pens because of their ability to unite art and function. Whether you are just looking or considering a purchase, thanks for visiting. I'm always happy to display my work.
Yes, my pens are for sale!
Although I primarily craft pens for enjoyment, I am glad to sell my creations on a limited non-production basis. One-of-a-kind, hand crafted pens make excellent gifts and are a perfect choice for that hard-to-buy person on your list. The weight and feel of these instruments make writing a joy and they definitely get noticed. I've included pricing information with my pen descriptions. I charge my actual cost for shipping, which is typically $7.90 for a USPS Priority Mail small flat-rate box to USA addresses.
I have a limited number of completed pens in stock for immediate sale and have indicated these within the gallery. For any other pen you see on these pages, I can often craft a similar pen for your purchase within a week or two. I am also happy to customize the pen body material or trim plating to your specifications. In fact, most of the pens I sell are custom made to order. No need for payment until your pen is completed and you've had a chance to review photos of your pen to be sure it's what you want. There is also a full money-back guarantee should you change your mind after receiving your pen.
FYI: Do you have a piece of wood that has special significance to you? A favorite tree that had to be taken down, an old crib or other solid-wood furniture that is going to be thrown out? I can make a pen using almost any type of wood to let you literally "hang-on" to those memories.
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