Lots of lovely floaty things...

Amethyst
Eases anger and inpatience. (Pen 609, Drawer 76)



Aventurine
Soothes, regenerates, gives a sense of purpose. (Pen 610, Drawer 76)



Black stone
Protects against dark energy. (Pen 611, Drawer 76)



Blue topaz
Helps with excess work stress. Note the very pale blue hues of this pen. (Pen 612, Drawer 76)



Carnelian
Warms, cleanses. Wish fulfillment, joy and confidence. (Pen 613, Drawer 76)



Citrine
For mental and emotional clarity. (Pen 614, Drawer 76)



Crystal quartz
Enhances emotional peace. (Pen 615, Drawer 76)



Garnet
Magnifies emotional and physical energy. (Pen 616, Drawer 76)



Iolite
Helps you live at a higher awareness level.(Pen 617, Drawer 76)



Moon stone
Builds intuition and logic. (Pen 618, Drawer 76)



Rose quartz
Note the white clip, and swirly pink and white barel colours. (Pen 619, Drawer 76)



Tigers eye
Brings harmony and self confidence. (Pen 620, Drawer 76)



Red Jasper
Not semi precious - to us its VERY precious (Pen 621, Drawer 76)



Skyline Caverns miniature rock collection
(Pen 622, Drawer 77)



Mannekin Pis Statue
*A trade with Petra, The Netherlands* This famous statue from Brussels - in a pen. (Pen 940, Drawer 67)



Guatemalan trouble doll - Beefeeter
If you tell them your troubles at night, by morning they will have solved them all for you. The dolls are: Beefeeter, Maiden, Bagpiper, Soldier, Admiral. Not really a very Guatemalan theme! (Pen 941, Drawer 67)



Guatemalan trouble doll - Maiden
If you tell them your troubles at night, by morning they will have solved them all for you. The dolls are: Beefeeter, Maiden, Bagpiper, Soldier, Admiral. Not really a very Guatemalan theme! (Pen 942, Drawer 67)



Guatemalan trouble doll - Admiral
If you tell them your troubles at night, by morning they will have solved them all for you. The dolls are: Beefeeter, Maiden, Bagpiper, Soldier, Admiral. Not really a very Guatemalan theme! (Pen 943, Drawer 67)



Guatemalan trouble doll - Piper
If you tell them your troubles at night, by morning they will have solved them all for you. The dolls are: Beefeeter, Maiden, Bagpiper, Soldier, Admiral. Not really a very Guatemalan theme! (Pen 944, Drawer 67)



Guatemalan trouble doll - Soldier
If you tell them your troubles at night, by morning they will have solved them all for you. The dolls are: Beefeeter, Maiden, Bagpiper, Soldier, Admiral. Not really a very Guatemalan theme! (Pen 945, Drawer 67)



Shells, Key West
(Pen 947, Drawer 67)



Miniature Rock Collection - Luray Caverns, Virginia
(Pen 948, Drawer 77)



Miniature rock collection
(Pen 949, Drawer 77)



Hearts and Glitter
(Pen 951, Drawer 67)



Eurowater
(Pen 952, Drawer 67)



Silhorko
(Pen 953, Drawer 67)



Sacred soil
(Pen 955, Drawer 65)



NaturBornholm
(Pen 1113, Drawer 67)



Civitan
(Pen 1114, Drawer 67)



Mickey Mouse - floating
Hey Mickey! He's so fine! (Pen 946, Drawer 20)



7-Up
6 Up was not enough. We went one louder. (Pen 950, Drawer 20)



Dwarf
They could only fit one in this keyring - the other six are out there somewhere. (Pen 954, Drawer 20)



TopGear
An amazing quality fake - comfortable grip, smooth writing, beautifully made (Wesco China) (Pen 1326, Drawer 105)



Romo
Little pieces of Denmark in a pen. (Pen 1353, Drawer 67)



British soldier
The jacket has beautiful gold detail, but he doesn't have a face! (Pen 1366, Drawer 67)



Old egg timer
Amazing old pen - still working (Pen 1400, Drawer 20)



Miniature Rock Collection - Pacific Science Center
(Pen 1528, Drawer 77)



Den Tilsandede Kirke Skagen
(Pen 1529, Drawer 67)



Miniature Rock Collection - Rock City
(Pen 1530, Drawer 77)



Miniature rock collection - Polar Caves
(Pen 1531, Drawer 77)



Esbjerg Museum
(Pen 1532, Drawer 67)



Danland
(Pen 1533, Drawer 67)



Miniature rock collection - Museum of Natural History
(Pen 1534, Drawer 77)



Oregon RFID
(Pen 1535, Drawer 67)



Sneglehuset I Thyboron
(Pen 1536, Drawer 67)



Funny white plastic balls - no fluid
(Pen 1541, Drawer 67)



Gryphics
(Pen 1544, Drawer 67)



Massif de Jura
(Pen 1545, Drawer 67)



Jyllands Akvariet, shells
(Pen 1565, Drawer 43)



Bishop Museum, Hawaii
(Pen 1574, Drawer 43)



jay-cee sales & rivet inc
The quality rivet people (Pen 1578, Drawer 43)



Emmelev A/S
(Pen 1580, Drawer 43)



Wallace and Gromit
"That's the spirit Lad!" A lovely pen - it's supposed to be a spirit level so the bubble is intentional! This pen is definitely not Danish, but could be manufactured by Wesco, China. Produced by Rainbow Designs. (Pen 1614, Drawer 105)



Doctor Who - Tardis
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1615, Drawer 105)



Doctor Who - Cyberman
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1616, Drawer 105)



Doctor Who - Red Dalek
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1617, Drawer 105)



Star Wars, C3PO
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1618, Drawer 105)



Star Wars, Yoda
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1619, Drawer 105)



Star Wars, Darth Vadar
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1620, Drawer 105)



Star Wars,R2D2
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1621, Drawer 105)



Swarovski (White)
(Pen 1628, Drawer 105)



Swarovski (Black)
(Pen 1629, Drawer 105)



Snoopy
(Pen 1631, Drawer 105)



A Team
This was an amazing gift from Becky and Leah from Australia - they sent it care of Mandi, who lost it for five years - if either of you are reading this, please get in touch! (Pen 1728, Drawer 90)



Vilnius
An amazing gift from Ian Palmer from the AITO conference - you can just see the lovely printed barrell to the left of the image. (Pen 1753, Drawer 90)



Systane
(Pen 1771, Drawer 90)



Oregonr Rfid
(Pen 1793, Drawer 134)




Mickey (short tail)
Similar to pen number 946, but with a shorter tail, and no overprinting on the barrel (Pen 1851, Drawer 43)



Piper
(Pen 1880, Drawer 43)



Nederland Leet Met Water
The object floating in this pen is actually in the shape of The Netherlands. Not the bubble - that is actually bubble shaped. (Pen 1932, Drawer 112)



Piggie Walt Disney Productions
(Pen 2008, Drawer 43)




MAHLE
Mahle is a leading global manufacturer of quality components for the automotive industry. This is certainly a quality pen. I have no idea how they got this shiny widget into the pen - it must be magic! (Pen 2175, Drawer 43)



Mustad
Russell popped into an antique market in London on his lunch hour, and this is the result. It contains one of the the most unusual objects in all our collection. It appears to be a fishing hook with some sort of fly attached. Mustad is the best- selling hook-brand on the planet and has a presence in more than 160 countries, and an amazing promotional pen! (Pen 2204, Drawer 43)



Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (with big piece of red jasper)
Aahh, pens 2412 to 2416 - the subject of much heated debate! Russell ruled that these pens are all the same design, do we were only allowed to buy one. I argued that they are all different, and we should buy them all! We reached a compromise in choosing four, each with a prominent distinctive stone. Russell wasn't entirely happy, but the staff in the gift shop were starting to stare, and he wanted to shut me up. The truth is that having just visited the amazing Gems gallery, I wanted to bring as many gems home as possible! (Pen 2413, Drawer 77)



Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (with large chunk of pyrite)
Aahh, pens 2412 to 2416 - the subject of much heated debate! Russell ruled that these pens are all the same design, do we were only allowed to buy one. I argued that they are all different, and we should buy them all! We reached a compromise in choosing four, each with a prominent distinctive stone. Russell wasn't entirely happy, but the staff in the gift shop were starting to stare, and he wanted to shut me up. The truth is that having just visited the amazing Gems gallery, I wanted to bring as many gems home as possible! (Pen 2414, Drawer 77)



Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (with chunk of zebra jasper)
Aahh, pens 2412 to 2416 - the subject of much heated debate! Russell ruled that these pens are all the same design, do we were only allowed to buy one. I argued that they are all different, and we should buy them all! We reached a compromise in choosing four, each with a prominent distinctive stone. Russell wasn't entirely happy, but the staff in the gift shop were starting to stare, and he wanted to shut me up. The truth is that having just visited the amazing Gems gallery, I wanted to bring as many gems home as possible! (Pen 2415, Drawer 77)



Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (with big piece of turquoise)
Aahh, pens 2412 to 2416 - the subject of much heated debate! Russell ruled that these pens are all the same design, do we were only allowed to buy one. I argued that they are all different, and we should buy them all! We reached a compromise in choosing four, each with a prominent distinctive stone. Russell wasn't entirely happy, but the staff in the gift shop were starting to stare, and he wanted to shut me up. The truth is that having just visited the amazing Gems gallery, I wanted to bring as many gems home as possible! (Pen 2416, Drawer 77)