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Hi MKaye,
Thank you for letting me know my info was of value to you! I apreceate it very much.
Things did change for me after the billit is formed though. After twisting I cut it in half to get a nice crisp design and one that mirrors the other side. But thats just one way to get a nice design.
Thanks again,

Daniel
Very impressive. After a few decades I'm back at bracelets. They were fabricated silver inlayed with stone. This time I'm after engraved bracelets. I'm a rude beginner at engraving. Wonderful work like yours spurs me on. I certainly would like a copy of your "How you did it" if you do it. Your piece with the maple leaves is especially nice.
Don,

i just noticed you are from Royal oak michigan my studio is in berkley.

stop by if you are in the area

2689 coolidge highway
berkley mi 48072
248-584-0253

Matthew
Roland,
Roger Bleile asked about:

"I have seen some of the most beautiful acanthus leaf carving on the fences of Belgian made side by side shotguns. It must be a tradition with Belgian gun engravers. Perhaps one of our Belgian gun engravers here can comment on this or show an example."

I referred to your name,

The tread is Acanthus Leaf (bereklauw)

kindly regards, arnaud
Hi Jim,
Thank you for the compliment. I have been following some of your posts and think you bring a great perspective to this forum.

Tom Rich
Hay thanks Stewart. I have already learnt a few things off the new forum. Bad thing is now I can blow twice as much time on the internet. Already had to give up the TV. Heck, if I ever got a wife and a kid, I'd probably have to give up engraving. Thanks a bunch, it looks like a good site with some very good information, Seth
Hello Scratchy,
Thank you for posting your album. I enjoyed looking at your wide range of engraving. I like your work. Simple enough to be competative intricate enough to show your great skill. Your work is an insperation!
Jim Sackett
Hi Tom, still working on a design for my octagonal barrel. Is'nt getting anywhere soon Im afraid. Lots of other things to do, but I will get started on it one fine day! Doing a lot of other engravings right now to make sure I don't mess up the gun. Soon I hope to visit you friend from the gun forum in Holland. He invited me to see his collection.
Have fun in Rome!

Daniel
Hi' Sam. I've recently ordered the DVD's 'Graver sharpening and the Transfer wax combo. While searching through the tips section in the cafe, I found the GRS site PDF and was wondering if it would be possible to order items from GRS. Over here in Liverpool England is a struggle, when trying to find engraving equipment. I'm not familiar with over-seas shipment and hoping you could give me some advice. regards Tony Swale (catnip)
Just viewed your tutorial on mokume gane. Am very much into this technique and liked your approach. I have made a large billet with much success. But, this technique is much easier to teach students for the first time. Thanks so much for posting this info.
How is your trip going? It has been nice weather in Montana. I have to deliver some jewelry to Isley in Whitefish on the 21st. Will you be home then?
Howdy Doug~ I do remember you. I am happy to hear that you are using those templates and are being productive with them! I have seen several of your posts and am glad you are doing well. I will definitely be in Reno (Lord willing and the creek don't).

Greg
Howdy Doug~ I do remember you. I am happy to hear that you are using those templates and are being productive with them! I have seen several of your posts and am glad you are doing well. I will definitely be in Reno (Lord willing and the creek don't).

Greg
weldon, sir : add my name to the list. i have the grs metal former tool as do you. i'd like a copy of your manual if you publish it. thanks !
Hello Weldon, I too would be interested in your pamphlet if you should decide to do one. Your work is always beautiful.
Thank you, Carol
Hey Greg, You remember me? You sent me some buckle outlines awhile back . I have had some cut from stainless. I have found some flux that works well for Silver soldering on the hardware. They are great practice for drawing. Maybe we will see you in reno next year. Just thought i would say hello. Doug Sutherland
Weldon,
When you get the pamphlet done I sure would like to have one.
sandy

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