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ldimick

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Got these scanned before my wife could take them off to school and sell.



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L to R: Maple with cedar, Crushed Velvet, Corian, BOW, Tulipwood (Who Knew?!) Red mallee Burl, BOW

I bought the Tulipwood at the local Woodcraft. I made a few in Slimline and my wife sold them before I could scan them. Gotta love teachers!

The finishes look more subdued than they really are. Most are Sanding Sealer, MM, Mylands and Ren Wax or TSW.
 
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Nice collection....Hang onto that saleperson you got there. Seems as though she is doing a great job for you. Congrats on all the coming sales!!!
 

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Originally posted by Gregory Huey
<br />Nice series of pens. Not sure if I like the band in the maple but thats just my taste. Great Job.

I have to agree. Seems to take away from the spalt. But a lot of people have liked it. I guess that's something that I'll put away except for boring (non-spalted, etc.) blanks.
 

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What type of commission are you paying your sales rep? Better be carefull or someone may make a better offer. LOL

Beautiful work Lynn, tell your rep to at least let you enjoy your work for a day or so.

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Great set of pens and work. I personally would have preferred not to have the inlay in the maple, pulls my eyes to the inlay rather than the pen.
 
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