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This spring and early summer has been too busy. Finally had a couple days in the shop this week. I started with some kit pens to get back in the swing of things then made two kitless fountain pens.

Question, comments, and critiques always welcomed.

Eric
 

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Very nice set of pens, and finish too!

Did you make the pen stand. Looks Great!
Hi Hank.
Thank you for your comments. I did make the pen stand. Found a pattern (I think somewhere her in the bowels of IAP). Couple of wooden dowels and what I believe to be pine from a pile of Lumber that I inherited.
 
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