Commas and extra spacing not needed. Marshall Woodworks
When I was young I visited my uncle in Kentucky. He showed me how he made toys on his great grandfathers homemade wood lathe.
I though it was magic. Taking a simple piece of wood and turning it, literally, into a toy baseball bat seemed like the greatest job ever.
Years later when my daughters were born I decided to teach myself wood working so I could make toys for them. Part of that learning process was turning small pens on a wood lathe. I was hooked. Before I knew it every nieghbor and family member was knee deep in wood pens and pencils. Eventually
I started getting requests and before I knew it, I was in business.
I still learn something everyday when I’m in the shop. Every pen brings a new experience and it's own lessons. I only hope you enjoy using them as much as I enjoy making them.
Any of the items pictured can be made with many different woods and other materials. If there is a style pen you are interested in that isn't listed, I'm more than happy to create customized orders.