Executive Rollerball Pen, Box Elder Burl with Mango (275)

Executive Rollerball Pen, Box Elder Burl with Mango (275)

Regular price $109.99 Sale

Up to 25 characters, including spaces.
10-15 characters is ideal for largest font size.

Customizations Total: $0.00

The inspiration of the name “Elder Pens”, Box Elder is amongst the most famous and sought-after woods for pen turning. While most Box Elder wood is a dull white color, with incredibly straight and uninteresting grain, the knotted burl sections are magnificently complex. Whether harvested by me personally, or purchased from suppliers, Box Elder requires a process called “stabilization” to harden the wood enough to be carved. During the stabilization process, woodturners sometimes inject colorful dyes, resulting in magnificent and contrasting areas of color. As with all of our Box Elder rollerballs, the item in the photos is the item you will receive.

This pen is accented by a cap made from Hawaiian Mango Burl Wood. 

Model: Executive Line

Pen Type: Rollerball

Ink Color: Black 

Wood: Stabilized Box Elder Burl

Fixtures: Antique Brass

Refillable? Yes

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Finish: Gloss – The crystal-clear gloss finish holds several distinct advantages over the satin finish. It is much more durable, and will never need refinishing. It provides a clearer, better lens for light-colored woods and layered woods of contrasting colors. For intricate designs with inlay or small pieces, the gloss coating acts as a barrier to prevent small parts from separating. The “smooth” option guarantees an ultra smooth finish, achieved by a two-stage finishing process with cyanoacrylate, sanded to 12,000 grit, then waxed and polished.

Engraving Options

I’m proud to offer custom laser engraving as an option for every pen in the shop. 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. 

Text Engraving

Available on all pens

Logo Engraving

Please contact me directly at sales@elderpens.com for image/logo engravings