Handmade Wooden Bourbon Barrel Fountain Pen
Recently called the "comeback kid" of writing instruments the popularity of the fountain pen has seen a sharp rise in demand over the past few years. Before the fountain pen began to be widely used in the late 1800s, writing was mainly done at a desk with a steel nib pen that constantly had to be dipped into an inkwell. The fountain pen, which was designed to carry its own ink supply, brought greater convenience and portability to the writing process. Sales of fountain pens surged during World War I as soldiers purchased the pens to use in writing letters from the battlefields. Interest waned with the introduction of the roller ball pen but in the past few years writers and designers have returned to the elegance of script only produced by a a fountain pen.
Wanting to create a unique wooden fountain pen, our designers crafted a beautiful bourbon and whiskey barrel handmade wooden fountain pen. Crafted from a gorgeous chunk of reclaimed White Oak whisky or bourbon barrel stave, our pen artisan hand turns the bourbon or whiskey barrel wooden fountain pen to precise measurements to accommodate the fountain pen nib. The gun metal fountain pen nib utilizes a unique magnetic cap securely posts at both ends for easy writing and storage. Its rounded styling allows the pen to rest snugly in your hand with minimal pressure from your fingers.
If you are looking for a handmade wooden fountain pen or to start collecting your own handmade wooden calligraphy set, this collection of bourbon and whiskey barrel fountain pens is your starting point.
- Bourbon Barrel Wooden Fountain Pen
- Whiskey Barrel Wooden Fountain Pen
- Uses Standard Fountain Refills
- Item Ships in "Bourbon & Boots" Gift Box
- Most Common Woods: Maker's Mark Pen, Jack Daniels Pen, Four Roses Pen, Wild Turkey Pen
- Each Wooden Fountain Pen Handmade in USA from Reclaimed Whiskey and Barrels
Note: These handmade bourbon and whiskey barrel wooden fountain pens are produced by Bourbon & Boots and the reclaimed bourbon and whiskey barrels used in the production in no way involve the distillery in the production of these pens.