Cocobolo Rosewood is in a league of its own. It smells of cinnamon when carved and changes colors as it ages, with each passing day adding depth and complexity of appearance. Mature Cocobolo radiates with oily orange and deep red, streaked by either black or white grain and sap. This is the one pen that will evolve with you, transforming from simply stunning to utterly breathtaking.
This particular pen is accented with a big leaf maple burl cap. Only two of these were crafted, and both will look similar.
Model: Comfort Line
Pen Type: Rollerball
Ink Color: Black
Wood: Cocobolo Rosewood, Big Leaf Maple Burl
Fixtures: Chrome, Black Acrylic
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Finish: Satin – The low gloss, satin option is perfect for anyone who wants a truly authentic looking and feeling wooden pen. Any natural imperfections in the wood are removed through sanding and filling, resulting in a smooth and comfortable grip, while preserving the integrity and aesthetic of minimally treated wood. These pens may require care and cleaning to preserve the finish, however many users prefer to allow the finish to become naturally replaced by finger oils for a truly old-fashioned writing experience.
Engraving costs an addition $5 per item and may delay shipping by a single day.
Laser engraving involves burning an image or text into the wood body of the pen. This process produces a black engraving. Naturally, a black engraving appears differently on light versus dark colored woods. As a general rule, lighter woods produce more brilliant and contrasting engravings than darker ones. Red, orange, yellow, white and light brown woods all engrave very clearly. Purple, dark brown, and black woods tend not to produce clear engravings, therefore I usually discourage the purchase of engraving for such woods.