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About lovingspens

I have worked with wood for the past 60 years. This year I started turning pens on a lathe. I use local deer, elk and antelope antlers/horns. Laminate woods, hard woods and inlays to create a great exesitive pen. The arcylic pens are fun, exciting and hard to choose just one. My other hobbies are rock hounding, photography and traveling. As a retired firefighter I have pride myself in service.

Historic men with the pens

The first one to come to mind was the peace treaty by President Ronald Reagan and General Secretary Gorbachev after the famous “Tear down this wall” speech. I haven’t been able to discover what type of pen; it looks like … Continue reading

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The Pen used to Write and the Pen used to Sign!

Signing As we celebrated our Independence yesterday, I thought a lot about the Pen that was used to sign the Declaration as well as the pen that was used to create the first draft.( If you have never read the … Continue reading

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Dip-Pens or Nib Pens

Dip-Pen Just like it sounds, you dip the pen in the ink to write. The dip-pen does not have a reservoir and must be repeatedly recharged with ink in order to draw or write. Wikipedia has the Dip-pens history as … Continue reading

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Kinds of Pens!

There are so many different kinds of pens. Different styles, colors, uses and quality. Just  to name a few: Dip pen, Quill Pen, Ink Brush, Reed Pen,Ball point pen, Fountain Pen, Felt tip pen or marker, Rolling Pen and Gel … Continue reading

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Welcome

  Welcome to Lovings Pens Blog. Artisan crafted pens one of a kind. Dare to write in style. We thought it would be fun to blog about pens, pen history, paper famous signatures, writers, etc. We hope it proves as … Continue reading

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