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Thread: Inlace Acrylester Sierra Pen

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    Inlace Acrylester Sierra Pen

    Made this for a repeat customer. Sierra with Molten Metal Inlace Acrylester blank. Assembled with Black Titanium & Platinum plated components.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Molten Metal Sierra assembled with Blk Ti _ Platinum components 001 Large Web view.jpg   Molten Metal Sierra assembled with Blk Ti _ Platinum components 003 Large Web view.jpg  
    James

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    ummm hard to see must be a clear acrylic
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    Although I can't stand the "clunk and chunk" of Acrylester...it makes some beautiful pens....but, I can't see it...but I can see it now!! Gotta love the molten look. Great pen James!!
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    Thanks. The pics did not load right so had to resize.
    James

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    One of my favorite pens James...and a great blank to go with it. Well done sir!!
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    Really nice looking Pen.
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    Another winner, James.
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    Thanks!
    James

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    The pens you have been posting are just beautiful. I really want to try my hand at a few more one of these days.
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    Very nice pen. Great job.
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