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    Leveche in Brown Mallee

    Hi All,
    Felt I had to thank Phil at Beaufort Ink for having the Leveche. I love crafting a pen when everything about it, the components, the wood, the overall look and even the great bushes, all come together. It was such a pleasure making this pen from beginning to end and that feeling of accomplishment, can't be beat, what a pleasant Sunday.

    Thanks again,
    Jim

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    A complete pen. Well shown and made Jim, thanks for sharing.

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    That is a fantastic looking pen Jim. Love the colour and grain of the mallee .
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    Gosh Jim - thanks very much indeed for your kind words. Needless to say I'm delighted you like the Leveche, but a kit only truly comes together when the turner has the skills to get the best out of it - which you have, and you've done a cracking job. Your photography is spot on too.
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    Beautiful pen Jim. Love the new kit.
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    Great looking pen Jim, well done.

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    Excellent pen Jim, nice work.

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    Looks great.
    Nice form, fit and finish.

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    A beautiful Pen Jim.
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    Fine looking pen there Jim, very nicely done
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