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    Pocket pen

    Hi all

    Here is my interpretation of a pocket pen.

    The cap is slightly tapered and it screws on the end of the barrel (making the pen barrel slightly tapered when in use).

    It has a no6 nib and takes a short cartridge.

    Itís around 95mm when closed and 140mm when in use.

    I was after a retro look with this pen, and as a Welshman with Italian heritage the colours tick a couple of boxes for me.

    Cheers
    Ash

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    That's a beautifully made pen Ash, beyond my skill level.
    When I first saw it my thought was it would be nicer in just 2 colours but then I red your post and understood.
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    Great workmanship Ash, a lovely little pen.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Very nice and a great idea.

     
     
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    That's a wee darling. Ash.

     
     
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    Cracking Pen Ash, as always well finished
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    The long and short feature makes it easier to carry this pen. Strength is conveyed and your abilities predominate. Beaut finish and imagination.

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    Very nice idea, extremely well executed, love the 3 colours they work very nicely together
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    That’s very clever Ash and you have made a lovely job of it.

     
     
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    Another cracker Ash.
    If it looks right it usually is! My namesake
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