From time to time, I’ll write an article about a pen-related topic of particular interest to me. A selection of these writings can be found here.
I offer a variety of restoration services for writing instruments, with a focus on the reversal of dents in Parker “51” fountain pen caps.
Though I don’t consider myself a dealer, I do sell a few items occasionally. Take a look in my shop and see if there’s something you like.
You told me when I showed you my dinged GF ‘51’ cap that you weren’t sure you could make it perfect, but when the pen came home I tried for some time, without success, to find the ding. I know where it was, doggonnit, I even have a photograph of it, and I still can’t find it; it’s just not there anymore. Thank you! You, sir, are magic, and when I find somebody as good as you are, I tend to come back. And to refer all my friends.
I just wanted to take a moment to rave about the work Daniel did on my Parker 51 Signet…it arrived earlier this week. I am in shock. It is far, far beyond what I hoped [he could] do with it. Incredible… To say the pen was dented would be like saying the Grand Canyon is a divot. The pen was mangled. I received it as part of a multi-pen auction win, and had initially thought it would at best be a parts pen. I sent it to Daniel and in practically no time he had it looking almost new. He fixed a crushed cap, dented barrel, squashed inner cap, and restored the blue diamond on the clip too. Fast, friendly, and professional- what more could you want? I can’t recommend Daniel highly enough.