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    Default Tucker Fountain Pen

    Hey y'all! Here are a couple of photos of a recently completed pen from my shop. Model is called the Tucker, after my grandfather, and is featured here in Black and Turquoise Jewel resins, with a clear acrylic ink window.

    Thanks for looking!

    Tucker - Black and Turquoise 01.jpgTucker - Black and Turquoise 02.jpg
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    Jason Neil Penworks
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    Default Re: Tucker Fountain Pen

    That is a good looking pen, what a fine tribute to your grandfather.

    I like how you add the accent on the pen by continuing the material for the section just a bit so it shows when the pen is capped.

    I restore vintage pens, and there are some vintage pens that I like that use the same technique of using two contrasting materials.
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    Default Re: Tucker Fountain Pen

    Quote Originally Posted by penwash View Post
    That is a good looking pen, what a fine tribute to your grandfather.

    I like how you add the accent on the pen by continuing the material for the section just a bit so it shows when the pen is capped.

    I restore vintage pens, and there are some vintage pens that I like that use the same technique of using two contrasting materials.
    Will,

    Thank you so much! I definitely felt like it had a nice vintage look as well! So wonderful that you restore vintage fountain pens! I've not explored collecting those yet, but I'm sure the bug will bite me soon enough!
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    Jason Neil Penworks
    www.jnpenworks.com

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    Default Re: Tucker Fountain Pen

    how much it costs fountain pen repairs, nib repairs, nib adjustments and tuning

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    Default Re: Tucker Fountain Pen

    Very nice looking.
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