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Ranga Handmade Pens Introducing Premium Acrylic Pen Series In India Pen Show



mpkandan

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Dear All FPN'ers,




RANGA HANDMADE PENS Introducing Premium Acrylic Pen Series in the India Pen Show with Infinite colours and Models.


Please Visit us at Table number 26 in India Pen show on 2nd and 3rd Feb-19. Venue- Nehru Hall, Mumbai , India.


Many more are coming.



Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

Email: mpkandan@yahoo.co.in



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Beautiful work, sir!

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Gloucesterman

It's a bit far for my current travel budget. Any availability closer to the U.S. east coast?

 

Beautiful pens, BTW!

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My goodness. just when I think I have all the Rangas I need, they find yet another way to get my money! I hope these are avaiable overseas soon!

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Can these be made in a bakul finish? If so, how do they look?

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Dear Mr. Kandan

 

Any chances of having more options for clips?

 

The current ones seem to standardize the beautiful diverse models that Ranga Offers.

 

Some more options for the clips can add further variety!

 

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amberleadavis

OH WoW what was the material on 9B? I love it!

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Dear All,

 

Big thanks for your interest. We are formally introduce these pens to FPN'ers through Group Buy soon.

Kindly stay tuned. Many attractive colours and Many Models but in Acrylics this time !!!!!

 

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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OH WoW what was the material on 9B? I love it!

 

It caught my eye too. Would look lovely with RT/CT rather than GT.

Part of the, to be launched, acrylic range.

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Dip n Scratch

I feel the urge to send Mr Kandan yet more of my hard-earned money coming on.

These pens look like something that should be licked and have 'BLACKPOOL' or 'CONEY ISLAND' lettered through the middle!

Imagine the rod used for the 9b made into a Sugarcane.

Only thing is whether the rods are thick enough to make certain models. I need a section thickness of between 10 & 12mm for comfort.

I'd like a green model 4 with flat ends. With black used for the section, the very ends of the cap & the barrel, like a late 1940's Conway-Stewart 55 I saw. It would need to have a different clip or a roll-stopper at the very least.

I think that it is going to be a case of taking a number and waiting very patiently in the queue.

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I love the Giant Bamboo complex blue acrylic, and also the coffee-and-cream cracked type acrylic of that Model 3. Would love to get model 3/3C/4/4C in either of those colors.

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I feel the urge to send Mr Kandan yet more of my hard-earned money coming on.

These pens look like something that should be licked and have 'BLACKPOOL' or 'CONEY ISLAND' lettered through the middle!

Imagine the rod used for the 9b made into a Sugarcane.

Only thing is whether the rods are thick enough to make certain models. I need a section thickness of between 10 & 12mm for comfort.

I'd like a green model 4 with flat ends. With black used for the section, the very ends of the cap & the barrel, like a late 1940's Conway-Stewart 55 I saw. It would need to have a different clip or a roll-stopper at the very least.

I think that it is going to be a case of taking a number and waiting very patiently in the queue.

 

I think you might actually get that done.

The model 4 is flat ends. The model 4C has rounded ends.

The section can surely be made different colour, the cap end also, as the clip version has two separate pieces for cap body and top. I'm not sure about the bottom finial on the model 4. Ranga pen barrels usually are one single piece, although the Emperor has black finials, so it can be done.

This is the Emperor

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I think you might actually get that done.

The model 4 is flat ends. The model 4C has rounded ends.

The section can surely be made different colour, the cap end also, as the clip version has two separate pieces for cap body and top. I'm not sure about the bottom finial on the model 4. Ranga pen barrels usually are one single piece, although the Emperor has black finials, so it can be done.

This is the Emperor

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Well...at least this is on ebonite, on acrylic you need to ask Mr. Kandan.

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Ah yes, the Emperor model. I wish I could get one with flat ends and threaded for JoWo nib housing, rather than Bock.

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