Parker type ballpoint pen in Irish Yew by Irish Pens
Parker type ballpoint pen in Irish Yew by Irish Pens
Parker type ballpoint pen in Irish Yew by Irish Pens
Parker type ballpoint pen in Irish Yew by Irish Pens
Parker type ballpoint pen in Irish Yew by Irish Pens

Irish Pens

Engineers clicker ballpoint pen gold in Irish Yew

Regular price €70,00
Above price Includes Vat | Pens are gift boxed, Oak box upgrade available

Click once to advance the nib and click again to withdraw it, so you can click away at meetings without annoying those around you!  "O" rings wrap the pen, making the pen so comfortable to hold and write with and gives the pen a very distinctive look. The nut shape at the clicker end of the pen adds to the overall engineering, an automotive or mechanical theme. 

The yew has played a tremendous role in shaping religious beliefs, being associated with immortality and rebirth or spiritual resurrection. To the ancient Celts and Druids, it was a sacred tree and adorned many of their religious sites. Churches were often built on these ancient religious sites and inherited the yew trees already there - one can find a yew tree in many a churchyard.
Muckross Abbey, and a huge Yew tree in the middle of the Abbey’s cloister. It was planted when the friary was first built in 1448 by Dónal McCarthy Mór – the chieftain of the area. That same tree can still be seen and enjoyed today – it’s an old Irish Yew tree.
One fact is certain, however, trees, including the yew, were, like the Sun and Moon, instrumental in the formation of just about all literary and religious traditions and a major inspiration to many artists. It seems that the 'wise' were always associated with trees.

Give one of our fountain pens with our ink pump, and the only thing you don't use is the empty glass ink bottle that is recycled; how green is that!

  • Bright Chrome trim
  • We fit a Swiss made Parker style refill (only the best for our pens)
  • Presented in a deluxe pen box
  • If you have any questions about this range or any of our pens, don't hesitate to contact us by email at info@irishpens.ie any time.

The pen pictured was handmade by us; your pen will be of the same wood, as no two wood pieces are the same; that is your certainty that your pen will be unique. Like the pen pictured, we will select the most interesting wood to craft your pen from. It takes us about 3 days to craft a pen.

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