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jalbert

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This is a fountain pen I made over the weekend. It’s made from some translucent green/silver flake alumilite I poured. The bands and clip are made from 304 stainless steel. I’m pretty jazzed about how this turned out. I had been kicking around the idea for it for a while, but hadn’t gotten a chance to try it. The pen is about 5.25” long when capped, and has 14mm diameter cap threads. It’s the perfect size to me, and just barely fits a full size converter in it. The nib is a jowo #6
 

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jalbert

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Beautiful work.
Thanks Jim!
I haven't tried a fountain pen yet, but that looks stunning!!
Thanks! I enjoy fountain pens quite a bit.
John, that is a very beautiful pen !!! . As always, your work is outstanding !!!
Thanks Mal!
Awesome wouldn't describe it. Outstanding!
Thanks!
So cool, Love the blank.
Thanks! I was quite happy with how this blank turned out.
Very nice!
Thanks!
You do know there is a kitless contest going on right now??? Hope you have another one to enter.
Yeah, I had already shared it previously on social media so I could get it sold, so it would have been disqualified from the contests anyway. Besides, I’m a firm believer in consistently contributing to the content here rather than coming out of the woodwork for the contests.
That is a beauty!
Thanks tony!
 
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