Category Archives: Nib photos
A good client requested I retip his nib to a .90mm factory size, and it came out really nice. Near identical to what the factory would have done back in the day. Enjoy the photos!
Here is a link to Andrew Tan’s blog site; he is a foremost illustrator and story teller, amazingly gifted artist of the most superb talent! Drewscape And check out the work Andrew did for the Singapore Government with a vintage … Continue reading
Enjoy these photos/slide show of today’s retips! Update; Just received an email from the owner of the Waterman’s 100 Year nib when he saw the photos; “beautiful craftsmanship;marvelous work;thank you for your work on this; p.s. please feel free to … Continue reading
A customer request! Broad ball retips to 7 of his Parker 51 nibs in inventory. Of course I am up to the challenge and they will be in the happy hands of the customer soon! Enjoy the pictures!
Just received this vintage Omas for repair; had a nasty encounter with its cap lip, and as you can see, the results were not favorable 🙁 All is not lost! After a few hours of careful, hand work, I was … Continue reading
Enjoy the photos of this custom 1.0mm ball retip I just did this morning for a client on his Waterman’s nib. Once properly set up in the pen with the feed, this nib will perform nicely! And here is what … Continue reading
Just got word that I might be getting a bunch of wet noodle pens soon! Stay tuned, in the mean time, enjoy this photo of this evening dinner of “wet noodles.” 🙂