Horse Laser-Cut Inlay Pen Kit Blank

An excellent pen kit for your first time! This four-piece set can be assembled easily yet results in a stunning pen when turned to size. Galloping horse design includes four laser cut pieces you assemble like a jigsaw puzzle. A perfect opportunity to introduce a youngster to the joys of turning. Makes a great gift! Designed for Manhattan Chrome, Manhattan Gold, and Elegant Manhattan style pen kits only, sold separately. For easy-to-follow directions (including color photos) on applying the CA finish to your pen kit, see the article "My Simple CA Finish" by Colin Nelson.Features:Fits Manhattan Pen Hardware Kits (Sold Separately)Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard): 1

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