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    Another slimline in burr

    A nether slimline dressed in horse chestnut burr finished in acrylic lacquer & micro wax.
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    Very, very nice Bill, beautiful in fact, great job.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Nice job on that Bill!!
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    A slimmer version of your last one and every bit as good looking.
    I like that burl.
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    Great looking pair of pens Bill.

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    Bill, are you OK? You've departed from "Classic Bill"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Dart View Post
    Bill, are you OK? You've departed from "Classic Bill"
    Hi Phil, a piece flew off where the flare should be so changed the shape to suit.
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    Pleasing Form,Fit and Finish.
    Nicely done.

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    Neat change whatever when bits fly off,saved the day nicely Bill.

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