Allegory Goods

The Click

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Allegory Goods

The Click


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A modern ballpoint, ultra fine rollerball, or pencil. The Click pencil features 2mm lead, and eraser and a built-in sharpener. 

Our Writing Instruments:

  • Handcrafted in Chicago.
  • Standard refills available from office supply stores.
  • Includes a brief printed history of the woods in each package.
  • Always, completely, no matter what, guaranteed. Just call us.
  • Tree planting donation to the National Forest Foundation for each pen sold.

Precision Collection

The Precision Collection features minimalist and modern design, and several customization options.

Midwest Farmland Red Oak

The red oak is one of the largest and most important timber trees in North America. One of the fastest growing of the oaks, it attains a height of up to 80 feet and a diameter of two to three feet. The heartwood is a light to medium brown, commonly with a reddish cast. The grain is straight, with a coarse, uneven texture. The pores are so large and open that it is said that a person can blow into one end of the wood, and air will come out the other end: provided that the grain runs straight enough. We salvage our red oak from farm auctions throughout Northern Illinois.

Old Growth Salvaged Teak

Too many woodlands are diminished as the result of deforestation. One contributing factor is improper systems of recycling. We source our teak from IndoTeak Design, where it is their prerogative to salvage the highest quality teak without any damage to the environment. By properly utilizing FSC Recycled 100% teak salvaged from Indonesia, their production works as a zero-waste process. This means no trees are cut down as a result of their work. Instead, the wood is saved from 100-300-year-old structures that would have otherwise been demolished. They also support excellent working conditions for their team in Indonesia - each piece is reclaimed by hand and every nail is removed with joy.