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First closed end fountain pen. Olive wood, OAL 6 inches, cap 21/2- body 3 1/2
 

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@Dieseldoc . . . Thank you, Charlie !! . :D

Copying is the highest form of a compliment ... right ?

I think I just might do that !! :D . Or, I might make it a roller ball .

But I'll try to put a clip on mine ( to satisfy the critics !! ) so it won't be an identical copy.

Or I might just do a roll-stop ..... consisting of .... you guessed it .... the "stone" out of an olive !!!

Don't hold your breath, though ..... I don't work fast !!
 
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Dieseldoc

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@Dieseldoc . . . Thank you, Charlie !! . :D

Copying is the highest form of a compliment ... right ?

I think I just might do that !! :D . Or, I might make it a roller ball .

But I'll try to put a clip on mine ( to satisfy the critics !! ) so it won't be an identical copy.

Or I might just do a roll-stop ..... consisting of .... you guessed it .... the "stone" out of an olive !!!

Don't hold your breath, though ..... I don't work fast !!
Mal:

Make sure you stabilize the stone from the olive first.

Cheers

Charlie
 

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Tung oil?? I must admit I love it but have gone over to danish for bowls due t9 the faster curing time. I found, although probably due to temperatures over here, I needed 3 to 4 days to properly harden off. Does give a lovely finish though.
 
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