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    More pens using Bethlehem Olive Wood

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    Virage Ballpoint plated in Black Titanium, Executive Twist Ballpoint plated in Black Titanium.

    The purchase of each pen includes a Certificate of Authenticity assuring the buyer this is authentic Bethlehem Holy Land Olive Wood.
    ...
    This biblical wood is from trees that have been bearing fruits in the nativity town of Bethlehem since the time of Jesus.

    No trees were damaged or destroyed in the process of harvesting this Olive Wood.
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    there must be a good calling for this olive wood huh Mack? those look like they are destined for a preacher somewhere
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    Great looking finish Mack. Good match to the plating and kit!!
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    Mack, just beautiful. They are elegant, lines line up, graceful curves matching the kit, what can I say as I bow to the pen master!?! They are beautiful. The biggest problem with making such elegant pens, the recipients many times don't want to use them. Hope they find good homes and are used and you are thought of often by their owners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    Great looking finish Mack. Good match to the plating and kit!!
    yeah, hes got that finishing process down to an exact science.
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    Another fine pair of writing instruments, Mack.
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    That's a beautiful pair of pens, Mack!
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