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  1. I'm in the process of working out how I want to conduct ink reviews, and I think I've just identified a reasonably economical source of one type of paper I want to use. Officeworks, which is a national chain of stationery stores in Australia that (as far as I'm aware) is not franchised, sells a variety of ‘Tradie Notebooks’ in different sizes and formats, that use stone paper and is marketed as being waterproof – and therefore must be non-absorbent. These notebooks are not otherwise branded; Officeworks' name, nor J.Burrows and Keji (both of Officeworks' house brands, I believe), is anywhere
  2. dcameraman

    Brecciated Quartz Pen

    Here is a Jr. Statesman Fountain Pen. It is made with Brecciated Quartz. That just means that at some point it was crushed up and then re-fused back together. The fit isn't as good as I would like, but I'm getting better. Comments and criticisms are welcome.
  3. Joe Penmanship

    Pens Made Of Stone?

    May I ask probably a ridiculous and naive question? Has anyone turned pens from stone? Perhaps this has been addressed before and I just couldn't find the topic. If so, I apologize. In brief, I have a box of petrified bones that I found as a youngster prowling the badlands of Eastern Montana (dinosaurs just laying around on the ground in some places!). I have no idea what species these bones come from or how old they are. They may be bears or mammoths or dinosaurs. Regardless, They are not attractive for display and have been living in a box in my garage for years. And it occurred
  4. I came back from a tour in the Bible lands with a souvenir I picked up from the Dead Sea. i had in mind to use it as a paperweight on my workbench when I craft my journals. (TR paper is so thin and lightweight, they can easily get blown off the table with slight wind) The worry was whether the stone would mar the very delicate TR paper. And so the stone was left lying around just waiting and waiting .... to be useful. The stone I think is soft. And it had two large chip-offs. There were also cracklines quite obvious running round the stone. http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u236/TML
  5. GW_Pens

    Gw Pens Work

    Hi folks, I wanted to share a few pieces of my work now that I've been lurking around for a while I've been a full time pen maker for about 5 years now and am proud of some of the commissions I've had. Here is some of my work: Below is a pen I was commissioned to make for the city of Philadelphia to present to His Holiness Pope Francis during his visit. It is made of custom cast sterling silver and wood removed from Independence Hall during an 1800's renovation. A sister pen I made for the city is being housed in the Philadelphia History Museum. You may have seen a short write-up on this i
  6. Anyone have any thoughts on the Stone Finishes offered by Nakaya?
  7. dragos.mocanu

    Arkansas Stone In The Eu?

    Hello, I would like to sharpen some of my italic nibs, and after reading the article here: http://www.marcuslink.com/pens/aboutpens/ludwig-tan.html I've decided to seek an Arkansas stone that is suitable for sharpening nibs. Do you know where/if I could find one inside the EU? Thanks! Cheers

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