This segmented wood and fordite pen consist of some Bloodwood burl, curly cottonwood, ebony and fordite.
A segmented wood and fordite handmade pen is a type of writing instrument that is crafted by hand using segments of different types of wood and fordite material.
Segmented wood pens are made by cutting and gluing small pieces of wood together to form a patterned block. The block is then turned on a lathe to create the pen’s shape. The use of different types of wood allows for interesting color and grain patterns in the finished product.
Fordite, also known as Detroit agate, is a unique material that is formed from layers of paint overspray that builds up in the spray booths of automobile factories. The layers of paint are then cut and polished to create a unique and colorful material that can be used in jewelry and other decorative items. In this case, it is used as an accent material in the pen.
So, a segmented wood and fordite handmade pen would have a body made of a segmented wood block, with a fordite accent, and a writing tip, typically made of metal. The result is a one-of-a-kind writing instrument that is both beautiful and functional.