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Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Iron Gargoyle Pen Cup
This chained medieval gargoyle is even more certain to remain where you place him. Not only is he shackled, but he's cast in foundry iron, and weighs in at a very respectable 2 lbs! He's 3-1/2" high and 4-3/4" from snout to rear of the cup. He'll guard your pens when you're away, and eats very little.
He's actually a bit darker bronze color, but I lightened him a bit to bring out the details of his ferocious mien!
Baby Gargoyle Pen/Pencil holder
He may be a baby...but nobody's going to steal your writing instrument from between his teeth, and escape unscathed!
Oh, and he loves to have his wings stroked (who doesn't?).
Lai Yee's pen pouches and pen rolls come in a large variety of patterns...but here are a few to scare the beeswax out of you...
2-pen poly/fabric pouch $12.00
4-pen roll $20.00
8-pen roll $25.00
click here to see more patterns
HNS-154 Glow In The Dark colored mini glue sticks! These sticks will emit a brilliant green glow for some eerie special effects! Especially useful for Halloween projects. For use in either High or Low Temperature glue guns. Non-Toxic. 1/4" dia. x 4" long mini.
$ .45 per stick
Impaled Zombie Pen/Pencil holder $25.00
Have a problem with the walking dead? Zombies keeping you up at night? Catching one look at how you deal with the problem, even the most mindless nocturnal denizen will head off for easier prey.
Although designed to be subdued my the nearest pencil (who said lead doesn't work against a zombie?), I've found that most ballpoints, with their typically tapered end, work perfectly to get the job done.
Shown with a Conklin Endura 2 ballpoint doing the impaling
Sure, pulling your writing instrument out of the chest of reanimated body first thing in the morning before your first cup of coffee takes some getting used to -- but just remember that you're making the world safer for all of us still living.
Conklin Crescent Halloween fountain pen
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Warranties and returns
If an item proves to be defective, in most cases the manufacturer's warranty will apply. However, please email us first so that we can determine the easiest way to resolve the problem to your satisfaction. In the case of fountain pens -- which are a bit more individualistic than other writing instruments -- what may at first appear to be a defect (hard starting or poor flow for example), can in almost all cases be resolved with a few simple 'tweaks' to the nib, which we'll be happy to guide you through or perhaps suggest returning to us for adjustment.
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Revised: March 8th, 2014