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My latest is a four color standard sized Gallatin. http://www.pensbylyleross.com/gallatin-5---four-color-swirl-blues-green-white.html This is the second pen to be given as a retirement/going away gift. The resin is a swirl of light blue as the main color with darker blue, light green and white. They are all slightly pearly, but not much. Just enough to move a little when the light shifts. 12mm cap threads, #5 JoWo nib all smoothed and ready for action! Thanks for looking! I'm happy to answer any questions, hear any comments or suggestions. Lyle http://www.pensbylyleross.com/uploads/1/2/6/0/12608908/1528666_orig.jpg?102 http://www.pensbylyleross.com/uploads/1/2/6/0/12608908/383063_orig.jpg?116 http://www.pensbylyleross.com/uploads/1/2/6/0/12608908/4821625_orig.jpg http://www.pensbylyleross.com/uploads/1/2/6/0/12608908/8374569_orig.jpg
Hi friends! I need to clean a WE Oscar Wilde FP with a soft ammonia dilution (arround 5% of ammonia), and my doubt is what kind of material is the barrel made. Is a marbled resin or is made of celluloid?? I´ll be expecting your comments and suggestions, obviously I don´t want to damage my WE. Thanks! Cheers from Chile
I was considering purchasing a Namiki (resin) or Pilot (metal) Falcon fountain pen. There are no specialty pen shops in the area, so I will not be able to try one out before buying. My question is if either one is top heavy (posted and unposted). I would assume the resin one is balanced, but I am not sure about the metal one. For example, a Lamy Safari is balanced, and I like it, but the Al-Star is top heavy when posted, which I dislike. I would rather purchase the metal one for durability and the fact that I like the black/silver coloring better than the black/gold but not if it is top heavy. Thanks in advance for your advice.