Category Archives: Packaging
About every 6-7 months I receive a pen in the mail, just “thrown” into an envelope, or even nibs in letter envelopes, often with disastrous results. Case in point below; what was once a nice hard rubber Waterman’s 52 is … Continue reading
(FOUND! THE OWNER HAS CLAIMED THEIR PENS!, THANK YOU!) Received This Package, but No Name? Can you Help?
Can you help me out there in Cyber Land? I received this package from Singapore, but there is no note inside the box, and no return address! In fact, my address was used twice for the return address, see photos. … Continue reading
So, you are ready to send me your nib/pen, great! Turn around time is running just 2-3 weeks. Well, how do you pack your pen/nib? Two examples pictured below, the “Extreme” way to make sure your pen arrives safely to … Continue reading
Well, the pens and nibs are coming fast and furious now that summer is over! Thank you for all the work coming in, and keep it coming, remember, I have only a two week turn around. No long 8 months … Continue reading
I have received some inquires about how to best send nibs and pens to me for repair Below are some photos of how I recently sent back a few nibs (be sure to move your cursor over each photo and … Continue reading
Okay, so you are ready to send off your pen or nib to me for repair/restoration. I suggest that you use bubble wrap around your pens in a very sturdy box, and to pack the box well so your items … Continue reading
Just received this email below from a prospective new client. Hello Greg, I have been talking with a couple of folks here in Ontario and we allÂ have some nibs that need re-tipping. I was wondering if it would beÂ … Continue reading
People ask about how to ship me the pens. I always have said Priority Mail, Delivery Confirmation, Insured to the value you think is the value. With this shipping, I get the pens in about 2 – 5 days, depending … Continue reading
Packing properly seems to be an issue; I get pens in all sort of ways, from very well wrapped, to an envelope with a stamp. I would strongly suggest that you utilize bubble wrap inside a sturdy container for transport.