Ok ... so the pen body is all ebonite, just drilled out on the interior and sculpted on the exterior.
The workings of the pen are the converter (to act as the refillable inkwell), the nib, and the nib housing? Or did the nib come with it's own housing and you simply drilled the pen body for a press fit?
Like has already been said, a class of it own. Very artistic and also functional. Top shelf, tip of the spear, cornerstone of pen making, .... or maybe at least future featured photo on IAP home page. ;0)
Man those pens look awesome. They have such a unique look to them. The flat black does wonders. I may have to incorporate that look. May try it on some acrylic and maybe an ebony pen. Do not have to worry about ebony getting dirty Flat black is probably the only color that works with. Boy that just gave me a few more ideas. Just what I needed