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About Cross

For over 150 years Cross has made writing instruments, timepieces and personal accessories that combine design ingenuity with jewelry-quality craftsmanship. While the company still produces its famous pencils (as many a graduate knows), it also sells rollerballs, ballpoints and fountain pens fashioned from crystalline resins, chrome and — in some cases — platinum and 18 karat gold. All pieces are still crafted by hand, just like founder Richard Cross did. It may seem anachronistic to think about pens in this digital age, but Cross products transcend time and trends, and remain a paradigm of form and function.

Past Sales Featuring Cross

Sale Ended December 13, 2009

Cross Pens

Cross your T’s and dot your I’s with these fine, handcrafted pens. America’s first manufacturer of quality writing instruments.

Sale Ended November 08, 2009

Cross Pens and Agendas

Traditional and timeless, Cross is known the world over for its fine writing instruments, timepieces and personal accessories. As America’s first manufacturer of quality writing instruments, Cross has been making its pens, which combine design ingenuity with jewelry-quality craftsmanship, for over 158 years. The company was founded by skilled pen and pencil maker Richard Cross, the same year both the Smithsonian and the sewing machine were born. Today, each piece is still crafted by hand, one at a time, just as Richard Cross did years ago. Cross products make elegant, thoughtful gifts for those who appreciate both form and function.

Sale Ended June 08, 2010

Cross Pens

Take a look at the sort of craftsmanship, attention to detail and grace that comes from more than 150 years of practice. Whether you’re looking for ballpoint, rollerball or fountain, this Cross Pens sale has the luxury writing instrument for you. And don’t forget to take a look at the leather notebooks: Pens this great deserve better than the back of an envelope.

Sale Ended February 18, 2010

Cross Pens and Agendas

Make your mark with these ballpoints, rollerballs and fountain pens that combine elegant design with jewelry-like craftsmanship. Take the Sauvage Selectip, for example, whose lacquered body is scaled to fit a woman’s hand. Or the bullet-shaped Century II, with its oversize barrel and conical top. Also check out the leather agendas to help keep you on schedule when the iPhone or Blackberry acts up.