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qquake

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This is a ProX pen in antique rose copper. I made it for my friend's wife, who likes blue and yellow. I just happened to have a blue and yellow Spectraply blank. I finished it with Watco Danish oil. I'm happy with it.
 

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Lucky2

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It's a nice looking pen, you did a very nice job turning and finishing it. But how come there looks to be so many scratches on the nib end, is it just because the camera magnifies the fine ones?

Len
 

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Very nice looking pen. I’m not familiar with the ProX line. Will have to research those. I like the way they look.
 

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It's a nice looking pen, you did a very nice job turning and finishing it. But how come there looks to be so many scratches on the nib end, is it just because the camera magnifies the fine ones?
Len
It's some sort of brushed finish. The finial is the same way.
 

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I got the kit from Turners Warehouse. It seems like there used to be more finishes available than two. I got the first kits from Signature Pen Supply, but I don't know if they're still around.

 

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Exotic has them too. They have three finishes.

 
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