A small statuette of a knight bowing down on one knee, handing you a pen like an offering, it makes retrieving a pen to sign your fifth tardiness memo from HR for the year feel like a royal act. Sure, you’ll still probably be suspended and passed up for promotion, but you can at least feel like a king for a few precious moments before being temporarily banished from the kingdom without pay. Yeah, your habitual tardiness finally came back to bite you. Sorry, dude.
The Knight Pen Holder’s outstretched hands are sized to cradle an included pen, so you simply set the quill back down after gracing the tardiness memo with your royal signature. It can, of course, take other pens, too, so if you’re not a fan of Cross Standard Ballpoint Refills (which is what the “royal pen” uses), you can compel the knight to offer you something else to sign royal decrees. The statuette measures 4 x 5.5 x 5.75 inches, so it can sit in a corner of your desk without infringing on the space a king requires to carry out his duties. Construction is resin for the detailed knight figure, with the pen case cut in metal.
Available now, the Knight Pen Holder is priced at $29.99.