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    My first Etesia

    Hi all just finished my first Etesia.The timber is Yew,finish Melamine.I rather like it.C&C's welcome.
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    I like yew a lot. Makes for a good looking pen.
    Thanks for posting.

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    Yew have done a lovely job on that... Really nice m
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    Great Looking Pen Geoff.

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    Looks like a very good fit and nice finish to me. I've not tried that kit yet and it's a good looker too. Yew can be full of character and is a favourite with meMy first Etesia

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    Nice job of that Geoff.

    I love working with yew, nice looking fit and finish

    Not done one of those kits myself but it looks good.
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    Great combination of timber with soft lines and a new kit to me. Very nice.

     
     
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    Looks great Geoff.
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