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    A brace of slims

    A brace of chrome slims dressed in purpleheart & finished with melamine & micro wax.
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    Nice Pens Bill!!
    ''BRACE''? I had to look that one up!
    Many different meanings, ''pair'' is one of them!
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    Great looking pair of pens Bill.

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    A very fine collection of pens Bill, lovely work as always. busy, busy boy.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Thanks Bill better than a brace of duelling pistols any day,for your sharing thanks mate.

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    I've mentioned it before, but I really like the profile you have on your pens. I suspect they are a joy in the hand. Very nice.

     
     
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    Someone has been a busy boy of late!! Lots of great pens have emerged from your shed recently, these are no exception.... really nice job mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark James View Post
    I've mentioned it before, but I really like the profile you have on your pens. I suspect they are a joy in the hand. Very nice.
    Hi Mark, the pens are comfortable to hold & suit arthritis sufferers as they don’t need to grip the pen tight. The flare stops it slipping through the fingers.
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