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African Wood Pen Blank Assortment - 32 Piece

Item 131185
Model 32 PEN BLANKS

$64.39

We have assembled some very rare exotic timber into a unique pen blank assortment that will add some excitement to your pen and pencil turning. Each assortment includes 2 each of 16 different species, labeled with the species name. Assortment includes: African Mahogany, Jackal Berry,...

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We have assembled some very rare exotic timber into a unique pen blank assortment that will add some excitement to your pen and pencil turning. Each assortment includes 2 each of 16 different species, labeled with the species name. Assortment includes: African Mahogany, Jackal Berry, Sapele, Karri, Rhodesian Teak, Zebrawood, Iroko, Bubinga, Salinga, Okoume, Knob Thorn, Jacaranda, Kiaat, Padauk, Weeping Boer-Bean and South African Acacia-Blackwood.

Features:

  • Assortment of exotic pen blanks
  • Each assortment includes 2 each of 16 different species
  • Labeled with the species name
  • Substitutions may occur

Specifications:

  • Thickness: 3/4"
  • Width: 3/4"
  • Length: 5"

What's Included:

  • (32) Assorted African Wood Pen Blanks

Notes:

  • Due to availability, substitutions may occur from time to time.

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Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Nice blanks, but not as described

    My order arrived today. I expected each blank to be labeled as clearly represented in the picture. They are not. They are bundled into a block. On the front of that block is a "map" showing a number for each blank. On a separate piece of paper is a list showing the type of wood for each number. So before doing anything, I have to take the first piece of paper off the blanks and number each blank. Then I have to separate the blanks and label each blank with the name of the wood corresponding to the number. This isn't the biggest problem in the world. It's just another lost half hour. But it certainly lowers my opinion of Woodcraft. It should be obvious to them that they aren't selling what they are representing.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Beautiful wood, turns nicely

    makes a nice pen

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