Here you will find a collection of unique handmade pens and pencils, all made here in Montana. I make ballpoint pens, mechanical pencils, rollerball pens, fountain pens and dip pens from a variety of materials, including domestic and exotic wood, acrylic and polyester resins, antler and rifle shell casings. I also make unique and functional bone pens by special order and am the pioneer of using bone, other than fossilized bone, for making pens. Each one is handcrafted, one at a time, here in Montana. I take pride in my craftsmanship and will not offer for sale anything that doesn't meet my high quality standards for fit and finish. These pens and pencils make wonderful gifts for birthdays, graduations, weddings, and is also the perfect Christmas gift for the person who has everything. And, because each one is individually handcrafted and unique, they also make wonderful gifts for pen collectors. I guarantee that if you are not pleased with an item you purchase from me, you may return it within 30 days for a full refund of the purchase price(less shipping, insurance and PayPal charges). The pen must, of course, be undamaged. I further guarantee that if a pen or pencil you buy from me ceases to function properly within the first year, you may return it for repair or replacement at my discretion, postage paid both ways. I want you to be a satisfied customer. All purchases are handled through PayPal for security and convenience. Please look around the site and remember, if you see a pen or pencil style you like, but would prefer it made from a different material, please contact me and I will provide you with a price and delivery time. Special orders can usually be completed within two weeks.
The pens shown above are part of my personal collection. The pen on the left was the pen I made for submission to the Pen Makers' Guild and is made from bone from a Whitetail deer. The pen on the right is made from Golden Desert Ironwood with Gold Titanium Nitride plated fittings and a 14K gold nib. This pen was featured in the Aug/Sep 2007 issue of Stylus Magazine.