Pens for Sale

Balladeers 1, 2, 3Occasionally I have time between turning custom orders to make pens just because I want to. 🙂  These pens will go here in the Current Inventory section. These pens are ready to ship with your choice of steel nib in Extra Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad, 1.1 Stub, or 1.5 Stub. 14k and 18k Gold nibs are available via special order.

If you see something you are interested in, just send me an email and I’ll get back with you as quickly as possible.

Click on the images below for detailed pictures of each pen.

 

New Pens for Sale:

Scroll in Chondria Blue Acrylic - Small

Scroll in Chondria Blue Acrylic – Small. $235 + shipping with Steel Nib.

Aeterna in Café au Lait Acrylic, Extended Section - Medium. $235 + shipping with Steel Nib.

Aeterna in Café au Lait Acrylic, Extended Section – Medium. $235 + shipping with Steel Nib.

 

 

Used Pens for Sale:

I’m selling a few of my used pens to raise funds for more Scriptorium equipment! I’ll be adding more to those below. Feel free to email me with any questions: renee@scriptoriumpens.com

Delta Indigenous Peoples Tuareg Special Limited Edition 1KS, Lever Fill, 18k Fine Nib, Sterling Silver furnishings. Includes large box and papers. $650 Reduced! $599 + USPS Priority Shipping in Medium Flat Rate Box

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12 thoughts on “Pens for Sale

  1. I have a question regarding the following pen: Troubadour in Blueberry Muffin alumilite (Medium) $225. What is material used for the cap and barrel? I’m not familiar with alumilite.

    • Alumilite is a tough, durable resin that has a great feel in the hand and a wonderful shine. It has a softer feel than cold, slick acrylic. It’s one of my favorite materials for pen making.

  2. What are the odds that you have something similar to the “Literati Academe Dip Pen in Copper Sea Lava Explosion #51. $50” for sale again but just haven’t had the time to update the page? 🙂

  3. Just curious, with how many orders you get, how long would I have to wait before my order is finished? I’d imagine you always have something to work on!

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