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This is a Hart double twist pen in gold, from Woodcraft. I believe it's an Elegant American pen from Berea. The wood is figured teak from Exotic Blanks. I haven't turned a Hart pen in probably 10 years. I'm surprised I could find the bushings. The finish is Pens Plus.
 

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This is a Hart double twist pen in gold, from Woodcraft. I believe it's an Elegant American pen from Berea. The wood is figured teak from Exotic Blanks. I haven't turned a Hart pen in probably 10 years. I'm surprised I could find the bushings. The finish is Pens Plus.
Very nice work. One question: is berea considered to be a good quality company? I made a baron pen a couple months ago and looked really well made. What are the high end companies in the field? Or is it a matter of model? I mean dayacom makes these really expensive pen kits that (i suppose) are better made than their slimline pen kits.cheers
 
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