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post #1 of 5 Old 03-05-2009, 09:53 AM Thread Starter
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Talking Here a a few more pens I have done.

I have another dozen in a local craft shop. Ill try to get some pictures of them posted tomorrow. Now to sell some. If you see any you really like I will ship.
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I like the one with the "grip" at the bottom. How'd you do that, and what kind of finish do you use?
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It is a Babinga wood with Gunmetal finish, 3 layers of hut wax and clear shellac friction polish

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Nice work, You've been busy.

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