Bamboo Pen Set as an Elegant Gift
One pen is never enough, is it? This wonderful hand-turned Personalized Bamboo Pen Set writes in beautiful black gel pen ink with a smooth nice flow. It’s the perfect special gift for a graduate, writer, boss or anybody who deserves something more elegant than a plain old biro. You can customize our personalized bamboo pen set with your preferred images and wordings (names, quotes, wishes, etc.).
- Dimensions: 16 cm x 5 cm x 2.5 cm
- Weight: 140 g
- 5mm black gel pen ink (Once ink finished, you can easily find the refill in any stationery shops, as long as the length is compatible)
- Comes with a box packaging
- All NSJ products are etched with NSJ logo and packed in NSJ packaging.
- Pen case: One image+ wording (max 6 rows, 150 characters; No image is fine)
- Pen cap: Max 15 characters; Pen body: Max 24 characters
- Image should be clear and even light. BLUR/ DARK/ OVER-EXPOSURE/BACKLIGHT/UNDER SHADOW photo is not acceptable. NOTE: The actual engravings on wood may look a little bit different from the original image.
- We send art preview to customers with design included a human photo only because the engraved version of a human photo may look a bit different from the original pic. If no response is received within 48 hours, we will proceed without confirmation.
- If you have preferred design or font or arrangement(portrait or landscape), you can write in ‘Order Note’ during checkout or email to [email protected], or else we will design for you.
*Free message card upon request (write the card message in ‘Order Note’ during checkout)*
Note: Natural bamboo/wood may feature differences in texture, knots and color, making it completely unique. As we are using engraving techniques, it just reveals the inner bamboo/wood layer, so there may be an uneven tone for the engraving parts(trees/bamboos are having uneven colors just like our skin). This is not due to flawed wood or technical issues. Kindly do not purchase if you cannot accept these natural attributes. To learn more, please visit our blog: uniqueness of woods and bamboos