The Bexley Pen Company was founded in 1993 by a handful of vintage pen enthusiasts. After decades of admiring, collecting, and restoring vintage writing instruments, they wanted to use modern technology to create American classic designs reminiscent of the Golden Age of Fountain Pens. Bexley manufactures high quality writing instruments in Columbus, Ohio, USA and distributes them to dealers around the world.

Their product designs take inspiration from these classics. Some of their pens are manufactured from ebonite, a hardened rubber material that was popular before modern plastics came into use in the 1920's. Their premium pens often feature filigree overlays, an elegant style that became popular in the early 1900's. They create designs with shapes reminiscent of classic design trends, like streamline shapes that were popular during the 1930's in everything from locomotives to household objects. They also use a variety of filling systems for their pens. A few can be filled with an eyedropper, some fill using a pushbutton, and many accept either ink cartridges or a piston actuated converter.

They take great care to make distinctive writing instruments for the discerning customer. They also use computer controlled equipment, and decades of precision manufacturing experience, to produce components to exacting specifications. Their skilled craftsmen carefully hand assemble and polish each pen. They produce American classic designs of impeccable quality.