My 2 cents is stick with low end pens for craft shows. Slim line, designer pens, cigar pens, (PSI Products) etc are the best sellers. I have a friend that likes to give pens for gifts so she pays for the pen kit plus additional items to make the pen. I charge for the wood and minimal labor plus shipping. I have made larger and more expensive pens/ink pens and it takes more than a year to find the right customer, they look at the pen and price and most like the slimmer pens. Remember the customer will need to get a refill eventually. This is one of the questions they always ask so it is easy to say a Cross or Parker refill then I could get you one later on etc. If you want to make a high end pen for someone as a gift that’s great, but unless you live or display in the high rent district people will say that is “just beautiful” you have such talent and simply walk away. In this economy I sell slim line pen and pencil sets in a display box for $40.00 and cigar pens for $40.00 to $50.00 depending on the type of wood, and they have a hard time justifying the purchase. These are people who live in the UP of Michigan, Northern Wisconsin, and as far South a Milwaukee, WI, so there is a wide range of incomes.