This Southwest Mesa pen features a Desert Mesa flower on the top of the pen – an earthly, elegantly stylized circular motif with concentric rows of antiqued beads and twisted rope, accented with a turquoise coral cabochon in the center. The pen end and nib bands feature geometric shapes inspired by weaving patterns of the Southwestern American Indians. While the stylized arrowhead clip is a symbol denoting protection. Turquoise, stone synonymous with the American Southwest and its rich mix of cultures, accentuates the depth and detail of the pen’s design. Features a Parker style refill.
The acrylic in our pens have been hand mixed and poured in our shop in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri. We design our own colors that are swirled together in a pattern by hand that is both pleasing to the eye and makes each pen one of a kind. We are able to have more control over the patterns, and this gives us an advantage over buying our stock from other distributors.
Each pen blank is selected from our raw materials to complement the pen hardware. We choose the best pattern from a larger block, and size the material down. Then we hand drill the hole for a specific size. Then the pen blank is placed on a lathe, and hand turned to a specific shape and dimension to match the pen hardware. After the turning, the blanks are hand sanded and polished with several different grades of a special microfiber material one at a time. Once a smooth finish is achieved, they are buffed to create a show quality gloss finish. This process takes a considerable amount of time and machinery.
This is all done to provide the highest quality pen we enjoy making for you.
These handcrafted pens make great gifts for a professional, executive, professor, graduation, wedding gift, or anyone who enjoys a fine quality writing instrument.
The 40+ years of jewelry, wood and metalworking gives us the ability to maintain a high standard in everything we produce in our shop.