Monday, February 19, 2007


The Ides of March has always been a significant day for us personally, not just because that is the day Julius Caesar was murdered and Shakespeare made famous in his play the line, "Beware the Ides of March," but because we have our own reasons. Not only that but the Ides of March is the Eve of April Fool's Day. What better excuse to offer a prize. The prize is a beautifully handcrafted writing instrument by artist Nick Childs of Crawley, England.

Now until the Ides of March (that's March 31) art lovers, you have the chance to win one of Child's heirloom quality writing instruments. Each handcrafted writing instrument has been hand turned on a lathe using the finest piece of Cherry wood. No two pens are exactly alike. Child's writing instruments feature a replaceable ink cartridge and are polished to a high luster. A custom-made hand turned pen is a thing of beauty that is capable of becoming a family heirloom containing a lifetime of memories. All you have to do is sign up for our newsletter on our home page, and you might become a winner. We will announce the winner of the drawing on April Fool's Day right here in our blog.

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