Handcrafted African Ebony Bolt Action Rifle Pen


Smooth bolt action. A great talking point.

One of my best selling pens.

My Handcrafted  Bolt Action Pen Made From African Black Ebony is an exceptional handcrafted pen and is one of my best sellers. This would make a fantastic gift for a special friend.

Please note you can only add (1) of this pen to your cart. This pen shown in the image is unique and is a one off as are all of the pens made in my workshop. Any section of Timber, Polyester Resin or most materials have a different grain pattern. These patterns are generally never repeated.

Please Add To Your Cart Now if you wish to purchase this unique one off pen.

Payment: Credit cards accepted securely through PayPal
Optional payment via EFT (Bank Deposit) if you are in Australia.

Shipping: FREE within Australia – Your order will be shipped within 24-28 hours via Australia Post.





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SKU: PN062


Handcrafted from genuine African Ebony
Chrome Finish

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Material African Black Ebony
Shipping Australia: Free within Australia
Shipping International: $5.00
Warranty: 90 Days
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View below for more product details and a description of the timber this pen has been handcrafted from.

Species of ebony include Diospyros ebenum (Ceylon ebony), native to southern India; Diospyros crassiflora (Gabon ebony), native to western Africa; and Diospyros celebica (Makassar ebony), native to Indonesia and prized for its luxuriant, multi-colored wood grain. Mauritius ebony, Diospyros tesselaria, was largely exploited by the Dutch in the 17th century. Some species in the genus Diospyros yield an ebony with similar physical properties, but striped rather than evenly black (Diospyros ebenum).

Modern uses are largely restricted to small items, such as crucifixes, and musical instrument parts, including black piano and harpsichord keys, violin, viola, guitar, double bass, and cello fingerboards, tailpieces, pegs, chinrests, and bow frogs.

As a result of unsustainable harvesting, many species yielding ebony are now considered threatened. Africa in particular has had most of its indigenous ebony cut down illegally, and for this reason it has become common for street traders to blacken lighter woods with shoe polish in an effort to make a sale.

African Ebony


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