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Handturned Pens of Wild Olive and other exotic timber

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May I present to you, Handturned Pens of Wild Olive and other exotic timber.
 

Can you imagine a beautifull  handmade wooden pen of high quality, in your hand. For the ladies a "Slimline" pen or pen and pencil.

For the gents a thicker "Sierra" pen. Yes a pencil is also available. Each pen have its own feel and balance  in the hand . 

The wooden part of all pens are finished with a high quality finish.  The hardware of the pens come in gold, matt gold, chrome and gunmetal

Pens are made of the following timbers:  Balau, mahogony, Beech. Oak, Cypress, Purple heart, Iroko,Blackwood, cottonwood, Yellowwood,   ASH, Sycamore, French oak, Knysna  blackwood, Kiaat, Rhodesian teak, Kersie ( red/brown wood), Cherry ( white wood) , Kameeldoring, Stinkwood, Australian Kara
See the Photo Gallery for examples and prices.

All pens and pencils use known made refills, as "Parker" and other ,  obtainable at a stationary shop.

 

Different styles of pens.

Slimline:    As the name tells you: it is normally ‘n slim pen.

Twist mechanism

Refill:  Cross style refill

How to replace:  Pull top and bottom part of pen apart.  Unscrew refill end replace with new refill.

        Push top and bottomparts together again

Slimline Clutch pencil also available

 

Euro pen / European pen  

Slightly thicker than  the Slimline

Twist merchanism

Refill:  Cross style refil

How to replace:  Pull top and bottom part of pen apart.  Unscrew refill end replace with new refill.

        Push top and bottomparts together again

Sierra pen

Lovely pen, very classy.

Twist mechanism

Refill: Parker style

How to replace:  Unscrew the black body of pen, replace refill and rescrew again

Sierra Clutch pencil also available

 

Phoenix pen

Twist mechanism

Refill: Parker style

How to replace:  Unscrew the black body of pen, replace refill and rescrew again

Click here to see a document i.r.o the hard woods  used:  //www.wildolivepens.co.za/wdocs.php

 

 

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