I had not heard of the term ‘Flower frog’ until a few weeks ago when one was suggested by Ginger as a good way to store / hold / display fountain pens, whereas normally a flower frog holds the stems of flowers.
Ginger found this one today in a flea market. Unfortunately the barrels of my pens are too thick to be able to use it. I was, however, fascinated by the play of light on the glass.Copyright © 2017 Gary Allman, all rights reserved.
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Married to Ginger, I'm a father, grandfather, stepfather, brother, cat wrangler, hiker, backpacker, camper, paddler, photographer, seeker, business consultant and project manager. I provide practical no-nonsense advice on business development and project management to businesses in Springfield Missouri, Southwest Missouri, and beyond.
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