I decided to name these historically important wooden pens after The Granville Mall which is a pedestrian walking space in the heart of downtown Halifax. Granville Mall is home to the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design with many historic buildings lining the streetscape.
The wood for these pens comes from many countries around the world. What binds them together is their uniqueness and age. From 40 000 year-old Kuari wood to centuries old applewood and old growth Acadian forest Birdseye Maple.
There is a simplicity of design to the pen with its low profile diamond texturing on the cap and tip finials. A broad and strong clip for carrying in a pocket or handbag. It takes a Parker refill for smooth writing. A great everyday pen for writing.
Definitely a writer's pen.
Ancient Kuari wood Ballpoint Pen
Ancient Irish Bogwood Ballpoint Pen
Birdseye Maple Ballpoint Pen
Apple Ballpoint Pen
Olivewood Ballpoint Pen