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Harwich, MA. USA
I am not a jeweler but have a family heirloom that I would like to
know more about. It is a gold thimble, probably western American,
and probably late nineteenth/early twentieth century. There are two
hallmarks: 1) three fairly narrow, pointed leaves arranged in a
circle; 2) a simple bell outline enclosing what could be the letter
S crossed with a sword. I hope someone knows the maker of the
thimble from these marks.
Poulsbo, WA. USA
I’ve owned a custom jewelry store in Seattle for almost 40 years.
I’m now retired and make jewelry (and other things) for fun.
Jeremy Robert Stiller
Bloominton, Illinois. USA
just starting out really. couple classes at Illinois State
University. so much more to learn! hopefully supplement my income
and keep me busy during my retirement. exciting to find such a
Timothy William Psaledakis
N. Conway, New Hampshire. USA
Recovering Meteorologist- running a modest, one man shop in N.
Conway, New Hampshire, specializing in repair and custom order work.
Hand wrought and laser welding applications are favorites!
North River, NY. USA
I am a hobbyist with an interest in enamel. It is a beautiful medium
and I found a Ken Bates book at a used book store and inherited a
kiln from someone with a too small apartment! I have been collecting
enamel colors and tools and have been experimenting myself with
techniques I learn from you t ube and from silver smiths I know. I am
working on becoming consistent in design and it is very fun and a
great medium for being creative!!