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Picture 5-2-09 powder coat & cut
Black powder coat and engraving
04chopper 3 05-02-2009 05:27 PM
Tom Hudson 0 None
  A gift to some helpful friends
only engraving since Dec 2018, My wife died 20 months ago and this small co. in Israel that I deal with buying Custom Guitars have been just so great in helping me cope so I thought that I would try and create a little keep sake of our relationship, its very simple but I feel it is best this way. I've already spotted many mistakes and know why they happened. any criticism would be appreciated
EdGrabow 0 None
Picture a Little engraving....
This shows you a bit of the work we do at our Gallery , Silver Bonsai Gallery. My Husband and I create custom jewelry and incorporate engraving every chance we get. Hope you enjoy! you can visit our shop online at
Katgraver 52 07-22-2012 11:06 PM
Picture A Momentary shot ;-)
dimovengraving 6 08-27-2011 02:58 AM
Picture A pair of original 1873 Winchester Rifles done in Nimschke style
This was a commission for a pair of 1873 WInchester rifles. The pattern is L.D. Nimschke from the "Aldridge" rifle. The receivers were pretty pitted but engraving them probably helped preserve these rifles. The steel was a dream to cut. Please post critique or comments.
DSmalley 2 06-01-2013 11:08 PM
Picture A pair of USFA Rodeos. Critique is welcome. How else will I get better?
These are a pair of USFA Rodeo pistols. The steel was WONDERFUL to cut.
DSmalley 3 03-14-2013 01:47 AM
Picture A smattering of Jeffrey's jewelry work - very little engraving
A real smorgasbord of images. Included are some renders that were actually made into jewelry but not photographed. Some are from scanned 20 year old photographs. Honest, they look better in person :)
Images of engraved pieces will be uploaded as they are finished, that's after the airgraver arrives...
Jeffrey 32 05-06-2011 09:56 AM
Picture A start
matthew-werkhoven 6 12-20-2015 12:49 PM
SEngraver 0 None
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