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Patricia Lawson

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Some of my early pens around 2000 - 2006 "Lady In Black". Ebony with black chrome fittings and a Dymond wood center band.
Cocobolo lighthouse pen. Hand burned lighhouse pen in Cocobolo and Maple. 2nd place "Most Artistic" Provo 2003, Also 3rd place "Most Elegant", Provo 2003.
A September 11, 2001 memorial pen made from "Old Glory" Polygem with a red acrylic center band.
Plum Burl customized gold titanium slimline with European-length lower barrel. 2nd place for "Most Elegant" at Provo 2003.

Two Platinum Gentleman's Pens, a fountain pen and a rollerball in stabilized, gold Boxelder Burl.
Some of my early pens 2000 - 2008 Sambar deer antler Euro double-twist.
12 hand-turned Satin Gold 7mm Euros in stabilized red curly boxelder. Made for a customer.
12 hand-turned Platinum Sing pens in stabilized red curly boxelder. Made for a customer.

Montecristo ballpoint pen (Cigar pen) with Titanium fittings, turned from a dried corn cob. I put a light wash of yellow spirit stain on it to brighten the color a bit.
My first try at powder coating. Customized slimline ballpoint with Navy blue powder coated fittings. Many thanks to Jay and Ash for their help with jigs and step-by-step instructions for powder coating pen parts.
Dragon pen. Axis deer antler, gold Titanium, El Grande fountain pen with a dragon laser engraved on the top barrel. Laser engraving by Ken Nelsen. Photo by Ken Nelson.
close-up view of the dragon engraving on the upper barrel. Photo by Ken Nelsen

Tagua Ivory and Fuschia Dymond Wood with platinum fittings. Displayed in the Provo '04 Pen Display in the Open Class. Tied for 4th place.
My first metal pen turned on my Sherline metal lathe. Slimline with Euro length lower barrel. Copper barrels with platinum fittings. Thanks to Mike Roux for all his help with this!
Jr. Gentleman's Rollerball turned from Bowling Ball material. The "dots" that you see in the orange are gold glitter.
Close-up of the laser scrimshaw lighthouse.

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