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nappy155

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Australian Creamy Coolabah with imitation ivory....
 

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plantman

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Beautiful grain and segmenting !! Only thing I personaly would change is the gold clip and replace it with a black one. Seems like there is one to many colors in your color palet. Just my slanted view. Jim S
 

nappy155

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Beautiful grain and segmenting !! Only thing I personaly would change is the gold clip and replace it with a black one. Seems like there is one to many colors in your color palet. Just my slanted view. Jim S


ummm..black clip..i'll look through the warehouse tomorrow...and give it a try..
 

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Beautiful Pen, Steven,
I agree with your comment about a thinner Ivory.
Beautiful Coolabah Burl Blank.
Excellent fit and Finish,
Great Traditional Lines, Excellent Proportions.
A Stylish Pen.
Brian.
 

nappy155

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Beautiful Pen, Steven,
I agree with your comment about a thinner Ivory.
Beautiful Coolabah Burl Blank.
Excellent fit and Finish,
Great Traditional Lines, Excellent Proportions.
A Stylish Pen.
Brian.


thx...the thing is when i try to go thinner...i break the ring when cutting off....have any tips? its very frustrating
 

mredburn

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You can glue the ring on one end and turn it down to size both diameter and thickness. You could also add a very thin black line between it and the wood and it would set if off quite well.
 
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