At Tuscany Pens we define our success by achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction possible by producing only the finest writing instruments. Want to find out
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Each pen begins life with the careful selection of acrylics, woods (historic, domestic and imported), antler and burls for the pen blanks. Only the best components
are used for each pen.
The pen blanks are then measured, drilled and shaped by hand on our lathe. Each pen is made by us, one at a time, with the attention to detail that comes with old world
Once the pen is shaped, it goes through a 13-step hand-sanding process. The pen then undergoes a 2-step polishing - one to remove any minute scratches that might
remain and one to bring the pen blank to its final brilliance.
The last step in the creation of these functional works of art is the waxing and buffing with Renaissance Wax, a specially formulated micro-crystalline wax created for
the British Royal Museum to preserve and protect their fine pieces of history.
We must be stewards of the earth. We hold it in trust for future generations and must manage the resources available to us to not only meet our needs but those of our
children and grandchildren for generations to come. In keeping with this philosophy, for over 50 years the wood used is ecologically harvested and recycled urban and forest wood – wood that has been
destined for urban landfill, fireplaces, or felled by nature, as well as naturally shed antler.
Each piece of material is personally selected for our products. Each item is handcrafted from the start to finish. All of our items undergo a 16-step hand polishing and buffing process.
All of our items are handcrafted, useable works of art and each carries a lifetime warranty. Only the finest components are used, which allows us to offer this warranty. The unique
designs and materials, coupled with old world craftsmanship, set our products apart. Tuscany Pens defines our success by achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction possible by producing
only the finest writing instruments, shaving accessories, and duck calls. Excellence is a process, not an event.