Swedish Birch Fountain Pen

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Vosselaar, Belgium
2 years ago when walking around my family's garden I found this cool little looking birch "tree" which was growing horizontally with 2 trees growing vertically on top.
I knew immediately that it would be some great wood for making pens!
After letting it dry for almost 2 years, it was now finally time to turn some pens of it.
I managed to make some if I can say so myself very unique fountain pens and pens of it.
The color and figure in these pens are just amazing!
I used for the fountain pen the baron kit from Timberbits.
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Dennis I liked your dilemma ,how you waited two yrs I do not know. But and however it was well worth the wait.One half the rh end is in dreamland (softer focus) but it is all there mate. Love it.

Peter.
 
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