Jr. Edward Unknown Wood

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This is a new pen for me, called Jr. Edward, in chrome. It's a very large twist ballpoint pen, and is from Crooked Mill. I love it! I like all the design details like the clip, finial, center band, and tip. And I really like the wood with it. The wood is unknown, but very pretty. It smelled kind of sweet when I was turning it, so some kind of fruit wood, maybe? I'm keeping this one for myself! (I need another pen!)
 

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They didn't have instructions for this pen, but assembly is straight forward.
 

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The two cap bushings (12.5 mm) are the same size. One of the lower body bushings (10.5 mm) is smaller, and is for the tip.
 

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Nice pen, Jim !!!

I love how you document everything with all the photos .... very helpful, especially in cases like this where instructions are hard to get !!

Thank you !!!
 

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Very detailed description as always. I like the Pen the kit looks good.well done. Sorry can't help with the wood.
 

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Nice pen, Jim !!!

I love how you document everything with all the photos .... very helpful, especially in cases like this where instructions are hard to get !!

Thank you !!!
I took over 100 photos of this one. I refer back to my pen photos a lot, to see how I did things.
 
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Super classy pen! Well done! I might have to check that kit out myself 🤔
Not sure on wood (though I wouldn’t guess bubbinga, Ive never found it to smell sweet personally), but it’s pretty!
 
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