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    Default Estie Gold Rush Dreamer (purple/gold)

    I got mine yesterday in the mail. My first reaction: "Spaaaaarkly...." My second reaction: "Purple. Gold. Spaarkly." I would promise to get back when I get over the "sparklies", but I know that just isn't going to happen. I'll consider it a win if I can ink it up with something sensible like a good black ink and write a few lines before I dissolve into "Spaaaaarkly...." again. I still feel that way about my Estie Peacock, too.

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    Default Re: Estie Gold Rush Dreamer (purple/gold)

    I saw an Estie Peacock in person a few weeks ago.....and I really want one. Gorgeous pen!

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    Default Re: Estie Gold Rush Dreamer (purple/gold)

    So, where's the photo of this Spaaaarkly?

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    Default Re: Estie Gold Rush Dreamer (purple/gold)

    Quote Originally Posted by TFarnon View Post
    I got mine yesterday in the mail. My first reaction: "Spaaaaarkly...." My second reaction: "Purple. Gold. Spaarkly." I would promise to get back when I get over the "sparklies", but I know that just isn't going to happen. I'll consider it a win if I can ink it up with something sensible like a good black ink and write a few lines before I dissolve into "Spaaaaarkly...." again. I still feel that way about my Estie Peacock, too.
    You know what they say about pix?

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