Rediscovering a pen

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Cwalker935

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I keep a cup full of pens I have made in the past and that for reasons that I cannot explain decided to keep. Most of these pens are failed experiments or flawed in some way. I wanted to experiment with my photography and started looking through my mostly reject cup and ran across a kitless pen that I made a couple of years ago. In retrospect the pen was a complicated effort in that I took an unusual approach to making the blank and it is one of my better efforts at making a bespoke pen. I am not sure why I forgot it.
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mark james

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Cody... that is beautiful. đź‘Ť.

I also have a cup on my kitchen counter with a few "toss-offs," but none can compare to yours - well done and keep the failures coming.

I see no flaws. I see no imperfections. I see a pen that many "bespoke" penturners would be proud of. Carry on.
 
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