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Fat Bastard Pens

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fat bastards in a rowThe Fat Bastard is one properly girthy pen. It features a threaded postable cap and a spring loaded ceramic tipped roller ball by Schmidt. The spring provides a nice give in the tip making for a superb writing experience. As with our other pens The Fat Bastard is polished in excess of 2000 grit and the buffed using shellac and carnuba waxes showing off the true beauty of the wood.

fat bastard blue mahoe in boxHow big is the Fat Bastard? A pen this massive has the girthiest of dimensions. At 6″ in length and  3/4″ diameter the Fat Bastard is the thickest pen we make. It’s 2.5 times the diameter of the Scribe, our smallest pen. Each Fat Bastard comes in a laser cut walnut box padded with rubberized foam.

The woods used in this run of Fat Bastards are Pallea Burl (which is a fancy name for Chakte Viga Burl), Blue Mahoe, Tamboti, Snakewood, and Figured English Walnut.

Fat Bastard in Figured English Walnut with 22K Gold Plated Hardware.

Fat Bastard in Figured English Walnut with 22K Gold Plated Hardware. This pen has an outstanding holographic shimmer.

Fat Bastard in Pallea Burl with Black Titanium Hardware

Fat Bastard in Pallea Burl with Black Titanium Hardware

Fat Bastard in Tamboti with 22K Gold Plated Hardware and Fountain Pen Nib.

Fat Bastard in Tamboti with 22K Gold Plated Hardware and Fountain Pen Nib. This pen is left unfinished as not to cover up the fragrant spicy scent of Tamboti.

Fat Bastard in Blue Mahoe with Turquoise Inlay and Chrome Hardware. Fountain Pen nib is 22k Gold Plated

Fat Bastard in Blue Mahoe with Turquoise Inlay and Chrome Hardware. This fountain pen features a 22k gold plated nib.  The Blue Mahoe has been polished to a metallic shimmer. Something that can only be done with crotch wood. The knot hole that formed the crotch wood has been filled with crushed turquoise. A truly beautiful example of Blue Mahoe.

Fat Bastard in Snakewood with Black Titanium Hardware.

Fat Bastard in Snakewood with Black Titanium Hardware. Snakewood has a scaled pattern that polishes to an absolutely glassy finish.

1 review for Fat Bastard Pens

  1. Would it be possible to get one done in a green-hued wood? And is the ink replaceable? Say I use it forever and a half, and the ink finally runs out as I am inking a new spell scroll as a Lich…. Will I be able to get a new reload of ink somewhere?

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