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  1. Hey y’all wondering what are some great pen holders straight and oblique. Also wondering about good dip pen ink. thanks in advance!
  2. In addition to my newfound love of fountain pens, I also love to 3D print things. I recently found this beautiful pen holder on Thingiverse and I knew I had to print it, and then I knew I had to share. I hope you guys enjoy.
  3. From the album: Odds and ends

    Assembled from Lego Creator 3-in-1 set no. 31088

    © A Smug Dill

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  4. From the album: Odds and ends

    Assembled from Lego Creator 3-in-1 set no. 31088

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  5. From the album: Odds and ends

    Assembled from Lego Creator 3-in-1 set no. 31088

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  6. Hi, I present you my last dip nib pen holder hand-made by Renée Meeks (Scriptorium Pens) and my first hand-engraved by myself using drypoint technique. Where it should be the ink holder (if it were a fountain pen), there's an empty space to hold other dip nibs :-D Here are two videos of it with my mobile :-) Sorry for the shaking video, but I've thalassemia and it's really hard to keep my hand steady (I had to place the phone against my chest to stabilize it). Let me know what you think of it ;-)
  7. Hey there, this is my first post in this section! So anyways, I think I have found the best option for me to display my collection on my desk, keeping them safe and close at hand. Surprisingly, I found this at my local Staples office supply store. The brand is Poppin, one that I am not very familiar with, but the results are fantastic. This is basically a very heavy "field of grass" made of some sort of vinyl-like plastic that perfectly supports your pens in an upright position. Even better, it was only $12 and comes in a wide variety of colors. It has officially become a staple of my desk and it comes highly recommended. Be warned however, it will not accommodate oddly shaped or oversized pens between the "leaves." I am not able to fit my Lamy Safari, nor my very thin pens in it, hence the ceramic mug with an assortment of cheaper pens! Thanks! -M
  8. zaqdesigns

    Dip Pen Question...

    Is there such thing as industrial standard sizes or dimensions for pen holder measurements? Anyone know where I can find it? Thanks
  9. I am the creator of The Pen Rest and from the feedback about my design members of FPN love it or hate it... That's life! What I'd like to know is your description of the holy grail of all pen stands, pen rests, pen storage or displays. Please would you describe your ideal product?
  10. 3l3phant

    Clip Pen Holder

    For father's day my wife kids got me a new portfolio from Etsy. I love the thing but the only "problem" with it is that it only has two sleeves for pens, and they're quite narrow sleeves. They're leather, so they'll eventually stretch, but until then I'm looking for some sort of not-too-expensive leather holder that I can clip on the outside to hold a couple of more pens. The closest I've seen has been the Midori pen clips but I don't know if those are really just designed for the thin'ish Midori leather. Does anyone have any suggestions, recommendations and/or guidance? As always, the group's help is really appreciated!
  11. GDuccini - Creations

    From Switzerland : Original Cabinetwork Pen Holders

    New original wooden pen holders made by cabinetmakers for your favorite writing instruments displayed in style on your desk. Handcrafted in solid mahogany, walnut, whitebeam or wild cherry. Safe payment by PayPal. For details enjoy a look at our website www.gduccini-creations.ch
  12. Hi everyone. I have been working my father for some time to develop a pen stand that would hold even the largest pens safely, and would look nice sitting on a desk. My father is 83 years old and in great health and loves wood working, so the challenge was met with great enthusiasm. I am pretty happy with these two so far, and my Pa is hoping to keep turning these out if other FPNers are interested, so I thought I would turn to all you fine folks for some feedback and thoughts. The stands are built from solid oak and have a somewhat vintage looking stain. Although there are many colours of wool felt available, I choose green as I was kind of shooting for that old billiard table feel. A few people have suggested that black might look very nice as well. The pen holders will hold even the most massive pens out there. The largest I have is a Stipula Davinci, and it fits with even some clearance left over. Comments, suggestions, feedback? Thanks all.
  13. I bought this carved stone bull in Mexico a few decades ago and just realized it could make a nice pen holder.
  14. Fountain Pen users like choices. There are a dizzying number of pen types and models. There is every conceivable color of ink. A few years ago, as a fountain pen newbie, I tried to figure out what would be the best product for transporting pens in my pocket. I'm very careful when I take high value pens out of the house. Sticking a $300 fountain pen loose into a shirt pocket would be out of the question. Were it to dislodge and land on a sidewalk or brush against something, the pen or the clip could be damaged or scuffed up. That would, of course, detract from the beauty and value of the pen. So I started looking for pen cases and wraps. There were dozens of types and brands from which to choose. The wraps were beautiful and some were hand-made and unique. There were lots of choices for leather and fabric cases holding from one to six pens. Some had one or more pen pockets, others used elastic loops to secure the pens. Some were ersatz leather or fabric, some were real leather or, at the higher end, various premium and decorated leathers. Ultimately, I bought a fairly low-end leather case that looked something like this thinking it would serve for the moment and I could always trade up later: http://i332.photobucket.com/albums/m326/PatientType/3pencase_zpsee31410a.jpg It holds three pens, has a fold-over cover, and is somewhat stiff because the leather on the back of the pen holder is double the thickness of the pen pockets and because the sewn seams on three sides provide attitional support. It is esthetically simple but attractive enough for my tastes. It seems to be convenient for all kinds of pen transport when one just needs a few pens at hand. The pen count is large enought that I can take three inked pens on a trip and have ample writing capacity and a variety of pen types. The count is small enough that the case fits into a pants pocket or the inside pocket of a suit coat. Each pen is encased in its own sleeve so there can be no pen to pen rubbing or contact. Accessing the pens is very quick and all pens are displayed and available with a flip of the cover. Lastly, there are no metal or hard plastic componants that might damage my pens. A benefit I'd not anticipated in buying the case was that there is an advantage to the stiffness of it. When I carry pens in my pants pocket I will stand, walk about or sit in a car or at a table. A softer case would put pressure on the fountain pens as my body position changed. With this kind of a case, the pressure is on my pants pocket and the pens are protected. This kind of case might not be for everyone. But it seems to do the job very well at at a cost of around $15 to $25 I've had three years of fairly regular use and the case still looks new. Pen cases of similar design are made by prestigious companies and sometimes beautifully decorated with scrolling or other enhancements for a higher price. I'll not be trading up. The case I have does what I need. I'd recommend this kind of solution over a pen wrap or less-substantial pen case based on my own experience.

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