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Old 05-10-2018, 03:29 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Amazing and beautiful. I favour the gold one myself, but that'ss the difference between the US and UK sense of aesthetic. I know you mostly seem to prefer white metal and we prefer yellow metal, but that said, I love them both.

Would you mind if I shared your photo on the Beaufort Ink site? I think lots of visitors would be interested in seeing them.

I'm very interested to see how the tarnished silver looks as well.
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Patrick:

So when are the silver leaf pens showing up?

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Amazing and beautiful. I favour the gold one myself, but that'ss the difference between the US and UK sense of aesthetic. I know you mostly seem to prefer white metal and we prefer yellow metal, but that said, I love them both.

Would you mind if I shared your photo on the Beaufort Ink site? I think lots of visitors would be interested in seeing them.

I'm very interested to see how the tarnished silver looks as well.


Thanks Phil!
I do think it all came together nicely with your great kits.
Yes, It would please me if you did use the image.
There are some spectacular gilders in your part of the world. The ones I know of work in the sign business. They do wonderful work.
Interesting about the geographical choices in metals. Currently rose gold is very popular here.
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So when are the silver leaf pens showing up?



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Hi Charlie, It will take a little while. I will have to do some experimenting to see if I can get something appealing. Iím still moving forward with it though.
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