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Old 05-17-2018, 11:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I am relatively new to the Website and the forum. I have read a number of posts and threads from the past few years on pen boxes. I am looking for some high end pen boxes for one or two pens or a pen and letter opener. The Penn State rosewood and bubinga ones are okay, but I am looking for ones that are maybe higher end. I found a thread from December regarding pen boxes and would love to know what the final results were. Some of the ones from Woodmax looked interesting; they did show the burl one currently on the website. Not sure how to contact them. Has anyone bought directly from them? I am possibly looking at buying in higher quantities in the future.

Is any one making their own higher end pen boxes in quantity? I have seen some of the one off contest entries that are indeed incredible.

I am also looking for a display pen box similar to ones I bought a number of years ago and can't find anything like it now. I bought some nice 8 and 16 pen boxes (second bottom drawer) with green felt and beveled glass from the Bombay Company years ago before they went out of business and I can't find anything similar; most ones now are cheaper made without beveled glass. I am considering having some one duplicate this pen box. Any suggestions on this as well? I may be need this item in larger quantities as well.

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It would be helpful if you could post links to the pen boxes you mention, where possible.

Just a suggestion to help others help you find what you are looking for.
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Old 05-18-2018, 09:00 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Thanks, my first attempt at a post. Not sure if it was going out to
everyone, or just Georgia members, as I may had posted just under
Georgia Chapter by mistake, but you received.

I did reply on the pen box section to a post and thread from the middle
of this past December, but with really no response over the last week, so
I decided to put up a new post. The post from December referenced pen
boxes from several sites, one being Woodmax.com. under pen boxes.

I am looking for a box like Penn State has a called the Multi Purpose Rosewood gift box #PKBOXMPR that is around $11 to $12 each, but a
more a high end version. Woodmax has a number of options, but I was
checking to see if anyone has contacted and/or bought from them directly.
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It would be helpful if you could post links to the pen boxes you mention, where possible.

Just a suggestion to help others help you find what you are looking for.
Mal:

I googled woodmax pen box and found the have more boxes that you can shake a stick at, check it out.

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