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    Default Greg Hardy Penwrights




    Greg Hardy is an artisan penmaker based in upstate New York who is one of the nicest guys around. I bought this pen directly from Greg at a pen show but I have hardly used it and it is much too nice a pen to sit in my desk, so I am making it available for someone else to enjoy.

    The pen is a terrific looking Diamondcast in "Ink Stain" which features blue swirls in a translucent base material. It is a sizable pen measuring about 153 mm long capped and 139 mm long uncapped, with a barrel diameter of a comfortable 14mm. The pen is cartridge converter filled (converter included) and equipped with a SS Jowo #6 nib in Fine.

    Greg fashions his clips from a nickel alloy. Most are fairly plain, but as I was speaking with Greg at his show table, my eyes were drawn to a lovely custom clip on one of his pens. Greg was nice enough to switch that clip onto this pen for me, and that sealed the deal.

    The pen is accompanied by its original box.



    $195 plus $8.50 shipping within US

    Shipment outside US may be available at cost. Please inquire.

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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    Is that a two-piece section?
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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    Ohhhh this is so so gorgeous

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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    Quote Originally Posted by fountainpenkid View Post
    Is that a two-piece section?
    No, what you are seeing is the black of the nib unit collar showing through the translucent material of the section. Here is a picture of the pieces disassembled.


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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    What a beautiful pen.

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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    Is this a friction cap like the Franklin Christoph 20?


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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    Quote Originally Posted by Radonactionservices View Post
    Is this a friction cap like the Franklin Christoph 20?


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    No, it is threaded and screws on and off

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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    bump

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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    Beautiful pen and a Bespoke at that. Bumping

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    Default Re: Greg Hardy Penwrights

    So pretty. Reminds me of some of my older silver jewelry.

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