Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Handmade Pens for sale!

The Wonderhub has been making a lot of beautiful things on the lathe this summer. They are really lovely and feel good in your hand when you use them.

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iPad Stylus


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  iPad stylus made out of Black Limba = $ 30 plus five dollars shipping in the US


Options!

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Corian Ballpoint Pen and Pencil



  Ballpoint Pen made out of Corian = $ 30 plus five dollars shipping in the US
  Matching Corian Pencil = $30





Options!



Options!

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Seam Ripper



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Closed


Lovely Seam ripper = $ 35 plus five dollars shipping in the US


Options!

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Cuban Pens

  
"Cuban" Ballpoint Pen made out of Spalted Cherry = $ 40 plus five dollars shipping in the US



  
"Cuban" Ballpoint Pen made out of Spalted Maple = $ 40 plus five dollars shipping in the US





"Cuban" Ballpoint Pen made out of Tortoiseshell Acrylic = $ 40 plus five dollars shipping in the US




"Cuban" Ballpoint Pen made out of African Blackwood = $ 40 plus five dollars shipping in the US



Cuban Options!


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Coronado Pens




"Coronado" Ballpoint Pen made out of Maple Burl = $ 40 plus five dollars shipping in the US = SOLD



"Coronado" Ballpoint Pen made out of Spalted Maple = $ 40 plus five dollars shipping in the US



Coronado Options!



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Carefully packed and shipped from Casa Del Aguas in California. Let me know if I can answer any questions.

Marilyn.

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 In an age like ours, which is not given to letter-writing, we forget what an important part it used to play in people's lives.  ~ Anatole Broyard

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