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    I don't know how many of you know Pat McConnell of SomethingWritePens, but he seems to have retired from making pens and his web domain is up for sale. Pat made two very nice pens for me: A King of Pen homage with a slightly lengthened section, all in Conway Stewart Dartmoor acrylic, and a long Nakaya piccolo homage in one of the lava explosion alumilite materials.

    It was my intention to get a third pen made. However, since Pat has retired I don't have another craftsman at hand. So, I am looking for someone to realise this last plan. Location not important as pretty much everyone is overseas from my perspective.


    So, recommendations for other craftsmen?
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    Default Re: Retired Pen Maker

    Miguel ngel from antiguas.es is my recommendation.

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    Good suggestion, but the site says they don't ship to my country. Also, my Spanish is terrible, so I may not have understood everything I was reading. Interesting models though.

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    I recommend Rene Meeks of Scriptorium Pens and Carl Fisher of Fisher of Pens.
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