Majestic Rollerball Pen In Pollyanna Burl And Black Titanium / Rhodium Plating
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Majestic Rollerball Pen In Pollyanna Burl And Black Titanium / Rhodium Plating:
Pollyanna Burl in Black Titanium / Rhodium Plating
- Artisan Crafted in East Tennessee
- Pollyanna Burl Wood
- Rhodium with Black Titanium Accents Trim
- Non-postable Cap
- Hauser Rollerball Refill
This Majestic pen offers a classic design and superb balance. It features rhodium trim with black titanium accents on the center band and cap. The fast action thread guarantees silky smooth operation. It is a rollerball pen that offers smooth writing and dependable ink flow with the Hauser style rollerball. Pollyanna Burl wood enhances the rhodium plating; one of the most durable of all trims. This pen is engineered to be used without the non-postable cap, simply unscrew the cap and lay it aside when writing.
5.875 x 0.700inches
14.9 x 1.8 centimeters
Hauser Style Rollerball Refill
Pollyanna Burl Wood
Rhodium with Black Titanium Accents
The best looking of all the pens that I have made. Unscrew the cap and lay it aside. This pen is engineered to be balanced in your hand without the cap. I have very large hands and it is a pleasure for me to use. It is a rollerball pen and, in my opinion, more suited to the commercial note of the day. The smooth ink flow delivers your signature on any document that you sign. Great for adding that personal note to all your correspondence.
While a common or exotic wood are often used to craft artisan pens; we like the look that can only be achieved through burled or rayed woods. So whether our burls and woods come from dry Australian stream beds, the swamps of Wisconsin, the coast of the Pacific Northwest; or from Africa; you can be assured of conversational piece of wood being used in your artisan pen.
We have been crafting artisan writing instruments for well over a decade. And during that time we have discovered that people do not use strangely shaped pens. So we craft our pens to the traditional shapes and then we use an eleven step finishing process. While a cloth buffing will often restore a dull finish, eventually even our durable finishes will be worn away to the bare wood.
Another couple of tips after years of selling pens. Close to 80% of ladies prefer dark colored woods; while men are evenly divided on their light vs dark colored wood preferences. Thick pens are better writing instruments for people with sore, arthritic, or crippled hands. If you have to write through multiple copies then purchase a ball point pen. We find that artistic, poetic, or romantically inclined people prefer fountain pens. While the rest of the world loves the smooth flowing but non-running ink of the rollerball pen. Lastly, remember that you can actually buy ink refills in almost any color of the rainbow. So have fun and enjoy your pen!