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    Fancy Pens...

    I had some time to turn a few pens over the holiday week.

    Attached are two pens I turned for my son. He has become a collector of Dad's pens and seems to genuinely enjoy them.

    The first is a Statesman in Rhodium with 22K gold accents and stabilized amboyna burl.

    The second is also a Statesman in Rhodium with black titanium accents and redwood burl.

    Thanks for looking...
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    Big Mike

    I have done so much with so little for so long I am now qualified to do anything with nothing......

    P.S. If you are interested in plans for any project that I post, just put some money in an envelope and mail it to me and I will keep it.

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    Very Nice Pens.

    Bruce

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    Super pens Mike---those kits are a little to much money for my wallet.
    ---I may be broke---but we have plenty of wood---

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    Very pretty. I have not tried those kits yet but you sure made them look good.

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    Very Nice. Do the write as good as they look. I have been eyeing those kits. Guess I'll have to get themnow. You sure madethemlook great. They ought to putyou on commission. Great Job
    Craig Fyock

    Member: Dallas Area Woodturnes
    Hunt County Woodturners

    Thanks to all those who sacrifice to keep us safe and free!!!

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    Too Nice Big Mike! Truly a treasure for the owner
    TJH
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    Michael:

    What company sells that kit?? I saw one that seems similar in the CSU catalog; but the name is different? And their pens are platinum, not rhodium. Nice looking pen. Does the cap attach to the pen when writing or is it designed to be separate?

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Randy Meijer; 11-29-2004 at 2:18 PM.

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    Randy, Craft Supplies sells this kit. Close examination of the product description will reveal that they use platinum to describe a number of metals within the family that includes rhodium.
    Big Mike

    I have done so much with so little for so long I am now qualified to do anything with nothing......

    P.S. If you are interested in plans for any project that I post, just put some money in an envelope and mail it to me and I will keep it.

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    Must be a new kit?? I found it on the web site; but it is not in the Spring, 2004 catalog. At $35 per, it is pricey; but for those that want a quality product, that certainly looks like the ticket!!

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