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 can imagine my surprise when I opened that package. All I can say is WOW!! A fantastic job. You are a master craftsman. I honestly can’t imagine how you did it. (How many NOS caps do you have?) I’m really at a loss for words…Thanks again for a fantastic job.”
The pen came in today and I am extremely impressed with your skillful repair. I planned to look at the pen with great scrutiny, knowing this would be the most careful look it would get from me. Your results are amazing! To be honest, I doubted you could get the dents out well enough to satisfy me. Not that I thought you weren’t a good repairman, it was more the realization that I am very particular, probably had some unrealistic expectations and I wanted the pen to look essentially as it did when I bought it for my father. In addition to now having a nice looking pen, I also have the nostalgia of knowing this was the pen that I bought some 40 years ago when I was in college and worked at the pen counter at the university bookstore. It is very gratifying to know that there is someone like you that is committed to such a high level of service.