Antler Pen with antler pen desk stand & Knife with brown leather Sheath
Steiner Pens & Knifes
Serving jewelry stores, state parks, wild life museums, and art galleries around the world.
No deer are harmed in the pen making process. Whitetail Deer Antler is a renewable resource that is naturally shed annually. It is the fastest growing tissue known to man, growing as much as half an inch per day.
Pen turners please take note: I cut and drill antler pen blanks. Predrill 7MM, 3/8", 10MM, 27/64" or specified hole size. But lengths are from 2 to 2 1/2". You may order any size hole, any size cut length by a message to me.
Deer antler pens are unmatched in richness and color. Like a fingerprint or snowflake, each antler has its own individuality. Gary Steiner’s three day process creatively leaves as much of that antler as possible so each pen becomes a one-of-a-kind work of art. Hunters as well as lovers of beautiful natural material value these pens. The natural growth of the antler ensures your pen’s own unique quality and will be beautiful when passed along to each generation.
Gary Steiner, owner and craftsman, has crafted more than 10,000 antler writing pens. He enjoys the challenge of drilling a ¼” hole through a curved antler. Each antler is observed for blemish or flaw before cutting, drilling, turning on a lathe and final pen kit assembly.
Many still cherish the elegance of a fine writing instrument while penning their thoughts.
Customer Satisfaction Warranty
This antler pen represents a quality unparalleled by any other in the world. My ability to completely satisfy you is very important to me.
My warranty exceeds any ever penned: I shall repair or replace your pen for any reason: defect, loss or theft. Your pen and warranty are a measure of excellence.
One of my favorite songs as penned by Fredrick M. Leaman 1917 The Love of God Endures Forever
The Love of God is greater far than tongue or pen can ever tell.
Could we with ink the ocean fill,
And were the skies of parchment made;
Were every stalk on earth a quill,
And every man a scribe by trade;
To write the love of God above
Would drain the ocean dry;
Nor could the scroll contain the whole,
Though stretched from sky to sky.
As penned by Fredrick M. Leaman 1917