Knot Antique Brass pen
A distinctive contemporary pen style that will stand out in the office, home or college.
A gift that the recipient will use to bring that extra touch of style to their every day writing tasks, a gift that will remind them every day of your thoughtfulness and generosity.
Engrave the pen body for that extra special touch
Minimise the impact on the environment by only replacing the Parker style refill and not the whole pen!
This pen is made with Irish Grown Elm, the Elm came originally from the midlands of Ireland, we got the wood from a clockmaker who retired and had lots of Elm over 30 years in his stores, too small for his work but perfect for our pens. So not only is the wood special because of its origin but it is very rare indeed. Making your pen special, rare and unique also!
The Knurl design of the section and top of the pen give this pen a very distinctive look. The exact diagonal cut lines is a process called Knurling when groves are cut at equal spaces around a cylinder shape giving a soft texture to the surface for extra grip. The origin of the word Knurl came from the feeling of a Knot in the bark of wood.
- Twist action pen
- Parker style refill
- Free deluxe pen box
- Free personal note in the pen box lid
- leave the text for note or engraving on the cart page
- for engraving let us know if the user is Lest or Right handed
The forests of Ireland have given us some of the most interesting woods to craft your pen from. Each pen is its own way pays homage to the tree and the country it grew in.
Irish Bog Oak.......it's not every day you get to hold something 5,000 years old! Older than the pyramids this wood is amazing to hold, its colour so dark its feel so cool, just amazing. We finish the wood in a special way to protect it but not to hide its colour and feel, such a special wood to hold
Irish Elm......Considered one of the sacred trees in the Celtic world, elm has often been associated with Mother and Earth Goddesses. In rural Ireland, the elm tree was said to possess magical properties and was considered to be the home of the fairies.
Irish Oak......The king of the Irish forest, revered by ancient druids for the power to keep away bad spirits, in the Ogham alphabet the word "duir" means the door and is linked to Oak thus linking the tree to the doorway to knowledge and wisdom. A strong and beautiful wood with deep grain which we capture in our hard wearing finish
Irish Cherry......Not surprising that a tree which produces such stunning blossoms also presents us with a beautiful fine-grained wood in red to brown with delicate grain, a very elegant wood that polishes to a beautiful high shine, any pen we make with it is very smooth to hold.
Irish Yew......Yew tree is a symbol of everlasting life. The oldest Yew trees in Ireland are estimated to have lived for some 800 years. The wood has medicinal properties and is used in the treatment of cancer. Lovely range of brown colours and like Cherry polishes to a beautiful smooth high shine.
Irish Spalted Beech......Many timbers can spalt but Beech is one of the most beautiful. Spalting is when certain fungi grow on fallen trees and leave a most attractive pattern in the wood. The process takes 2 to 3 years to reach the ideal stage to cut & season the timber. Creates the most stunning pens as the colours are just stunning.
Walnut......Black Walnut is sought after for its great beauty and toughness, from Central America, this wood is a luscious milk chocolate like colour, finishes so smoothly and will be a talking point every time the pen is used in public
Olive Wood......Olive wood trees from the ancient city of
White Pearlesent......the light appears to dance in the pen body, constantly moving as you move the pen in your hand. The pen body is polished to the highest level to give a smooth and almost soft feeling to the pen body. Looking for a pen for the special lady in your life, you just found it!
Ivory Pearlesent.......for those who prefer a gentle Ivory tone to the body of their pen while still enjoying the magic of the dancing light in the pen as they write with it.