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    Cambridge

    Titanium Gold and Sterling Silver Rollerball with Amboyna Burl.
    Writing instrument is quite heavy but well balance.
    Comfortable to hold and write with.
    Sanded Amboyna to 12,000 MM. Applied 6 coats of Fast Drying Minwax Clear Gloss Diamond Hard Polyurethane. Wet sanded and polished from 4,000 down to 12,000 MM. Applied two protective coats of Brazilian Carnauba.

    As always comments and or suggestions appreciated.
    Thanks for looking.

    Les
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    Wowsers.





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    Awesome, Les. Absolutely beautiful.

    If you don't mind my asking, where did you get the hardware for that one?
    Thanks,
    .....Gord
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    become so uncommon?

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    Beautiful pen Les. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gord Rock View Post
    Awesome, Les. Absolutely beautiful.

    If you don't mind my asking, where did you get the hardware for that one?
    Thanks,
    .....Gord
    Thanks Gord

    I get the majority of my pen kits here:http://www.penblanks.ca/home.php?cat=117


    Les
    Innovation is the process that renews something that already exists and not, as is commonly assumed, the introduction of something new.

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