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If the greater putative of this portable desk - of mahogany, as mine is, or of walnut, as is the preferment of many - is the tang of its somptuosité as opposed to the tawdry affability of our contemporary polymers, it also is putative of a more niche utility - that of a library furniture of utility in a private library (this being denotive of not necessarily a room so delineated; rather, a collection, not necessarily a Yates Thompson's, nor a Graham Greene's), quite as unfailing and quite as crisp an indispensability as shelves themselves. The integument of this can, as can its Chicago screws, ladle trade paperbacks and certain hardbacks as fondly as they can notebooks (head-stapled or otherwise) of A5 or more diminutive proportions. The grotto ordinalis of the pattern on the example I received is gently hermetic, while the pen rest in toto does suffice to cradle my 149. It is, all things brought to the boughs, to not be denied as an inadmissible that the Customs may charge varyingly up to forty percent - this does not, however, diminishes the note board's equipoise of attributes.
Not sure if this is the proper place to post this, but I am just WAY TOO excited and I though this one was the most appropriate. I have just figured out a way to preserve ink into resin. I have been playing with several methods and techniques to achieve this, and a lot of brands have varying results. This is absolutely fantastic for all those limited editions and exclusives that you want to preserve, instead of using the last drops, and when it's gone, it's gone. I have that problem with all my Organics Studios, and I have a feeling I will be making a few batches of those with the remaining samples I have. And of course, since every brand is different, every result is just as chaotic as the last. Especially Noodler's. I have found a tried and true method of keeping the ink true to a swatch by embedding a piece of good paper inside. But using my other techniques also have some fascinating results. I have a video on my Youtube channel gushing over them too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLHmtKaRZo4 I have one more batch with a lot more brands I am waiting on to record results, but I will keep you guys posted!