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Ligget

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Hi lads and lassies, here are two more pens straight off my DVR. First up is a Cigar made from a blank cast by our UK member Mervyn Cadman, it is beautiful, mainly black with light grey smoke like swirls, chrome hardware.

Second pen is made from carbon-fibre cast blanks bought from our US member CaptG, fantastic blanks indeed and on a Jr Gent they look great, gold titanium hardware.

Comments welcome! :)

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jackrichington

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your turning & finishing is always outstanding..these two are no exception
 

BLLEHMAN

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There's too much glare coming off of the pens for me to be able to comment. Please send them to me so I can see them better!
 

Dalecamino

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As usual Mark , your turning skills are a standout . Mervyn and Gary have provided you some very nice blanks to work with . Great job all around .
 

Tn-Steve

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You always have such great pens posted, and outstanding photographs to show them off. I bet you can whistle too. (if so, then I officially hate you forever).

Seriously, the CF one is a knockout, and the cigar comes in second only 'cuz that one is so clean looking. Keep up the great work, you give me something to aim at.

Steve W
 

leehljp

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Great PHOTOs. Great photo's like that take skill! Of course it helps to have a PERFECT finish on perfectly turned pens! Choice of Colors was great too!
 

BigRob777

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Hey Mark,
Awesome pens. I haven't been around these parts lately, but my back seems to be doing better. I'm back into turning pens, after a year off too. It's good to see you're still doing quality work. I should try some cast pens again too.
Rob
 
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