Ivy Mahogany

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This is an Ivy twist pen in antique copper, from Crooked Mill. It looks similar to the PSI Filibella. I like it more than I thought I would. The wood is mahogany, I believe. The finish is Pens Plus. It's relatively heavy, at 51 grams. It dawned on me, after I had taken the photos, that I could fix the clip. But I was too lazy to retake the pics.
 

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MedWoodWorx

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This is an Ivy twist pen in antique copper, from Crooked Mill. It looks similar to the PSI Filibella. I like it more than I thought I would. The wood is mahogany, I believe. The finish is Pens Plus. It's relatively heavy, at 51 grams. It dawned on me, after I had taken the photos, that I could fix the clip. But I was too lazy to retake the pics.
very nice and unusual pen kit, bravo.
 

smoky73

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very nice work!
The spelling of the type of wood amused me for a moment and I had to use Google translator, because in German it is spelled Mahagoni.
 

egnald

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Interesting kit. I don't know how the little ridge on the tip would be against my finger, but I think I usually hold pens a little higher than that - you know, how and where I grip a pen is so natural that I just don't pay much attention to it. I like the wood, it looks really good against the antique copper finish. - Dave
 
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