|Don Schultz Artisan / Owner
A New Look & Name
|The Mighty Wye Oak!.
The Oldest , Largest White
Oak Tree in Maryland & The
1540? - June 6, 2002
|It has been eighteen years since the Wye Oak was
felled by Mother Nature on June 6, 2002. To
commemorate my years of making pens from this
tree and to describe my business better I have
decided to change my business name to Olde Wye
Pen Company. I will still be making pens, etc. from
the Wye Oak as well as from various other woods
and specialty items.
|I am Maryland's ORIGINAL pen maker of pens and desk accessories from the
Wye Oak since 2004. I hand-craft and finish my items one at a time.
American Association of Woodturners
Baltimore Area Turners Club
International Association of Penturners
|"A PEN CAN BE MADE FROM ALMOST ANYTHING"
|I produce handmade writing instruments and accessories from various types of
woods, dyed veneers, acrylics, and other items. The woods I use are Domestic,
Exotic & Rare Woods from sustained sources, and recycled wood.
My product line includes, but not limited to, Pens & Pencils of various styles, Letter
Openers, Magnifiers, Key Rings, Bracelet Helpers, Wine Bottle Stoppers, Money
Clips, Vanity Accessories, and Desk Accessories.
Each product I produce is a "One-Of-A-Kind" since there are no two pieces of
wood exactly alike.
|MARYLAND'S PREMIER PEN MAKER
|The Mighty Wye Oak Today!
A clone planted on June 6,
|PLEASE READ NEWS ON CALENDAR PAGE!
|REVISED INSTRUCTIONS FOR REFILLING 50 CALIBER BOLT
Bolt Action to extend & retract. To change refill - Unscrew tip. Remove
and replace refill keeping wide end of spring down.
EXTEND REFILL ALL THE WAY OUT TO MAKE SURE SPRING
CENTERS IN THE TIP!
Screw tip back on. Do Not Crossthread. Refill: Parker
|Olde Wye Pen Company
April 14, 2020
|I Will Be Closed in the Amish Country
Farmers Market in Easton, Md., until
May??, 2020 or when the Maryland
non-essential businesses are
allowed to reopen.
IF YOU NEED ANYTHING
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO
CONTACT ME - INFO ON
HOW TO ORDER PAGE.
I Would Appreciate Your
Thank You, Don
WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER!
PLEASE CHECK THE AMISH
COUNTRY FARMERS MARKET FOR