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  • midgaardserpent
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    She:kon chitimacha1974 have you tried Rio Grande? They sell Silver Armbands and if the premades are too small they sell raw materials for making your own. they are online, request their gems and findings catalog.

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  • mcuch
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    Jim
    If you have a jewelry supplyer or art supply dealer in the area, or want to know how to make your own, I'll try to explain it on-line for you. You can get a sheet of metal for about $15, out of that you can get Big armbands. If you want to make your own e-mail me.

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  • BeadedPony
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    Scott Hugebeck

    SHand, maybe you should contact Scott. He has done a lot of silverwork for me in the past but due to some serious health problems has been unable to take orders.

    I know the man and don't think he is apt to "stiff" anyone.

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  • chitimacha1974
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    Thanks. If I had some contact info, I'd look into it.

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  • SHand
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    When it comes to silver, the man to call is Frank Ward. I've heard that he moved from the address that I have for him, so someone may have his new one. Scott Hugebeck does very pretty work but he stood me up on my last order so I couldn't ever recomentd him after that. If a craftsman takes an order, he should do the work and not just stall someone and put them off. Call Frank. It may cost a little more, but the results will be stunning and everybody will want to know where you got those beautiful armbands!!!:Thumbs

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  • powwowbum49
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    dang now I'm blushing.......( and your indorsement checks will be arriving soon )

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  • Blackbear
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    Owe me an apology?? :dontknow: eek...sorry but I don't remember the conversation....LOL... so I suppose no apology necessary!! I agree though...once bum gets some stuff done I would'nt doubt it will be awesome first time out!

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  • swink49
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    I have seen some nice work on Issi Umsheid's table. He is with Two Pony's in OK. Frank Ward in the mid west is very good, but I am not sure how to reach him. I owe Black Bear an apology on this very subject. I mentioned Scott Hugebeck awhile back. I talked to his brother who told me Scott is not doing much silverwork nowadays. I bought a nice tie slide from a guy the was set up with Smitty at National. I am not much for addresses, but maybe I triggered someone else that can put you in touch. Rumor has it that PowWowBum49 is dipping into this artform. Once he gets comfortable with this, I would not be ashamed to wear his work. He is an excellent craftsman. He will do it right, or flat-out not do it.

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  • chitimacha1974
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    Thanks.

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  • chitimacha1974
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    And, Crazy Crow is an option at a reasonable cost. I called for a quote yesterday.

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  • chitimacha1974
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    Maybe working out all these years wasn't such a good idea. ;) Just kiddin.

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  • Blackbear
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    the design is'nt usually what costs you the money...the amount of silver and wieght does....If you are a big armed brother I feel for ya!

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  • chitimacha1974
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    They're quite expensive for the simplicity of design that I want.

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  • waleli
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    It's my understanding that Crazy Crow takes custom orders for silverwork items - did you call them and ask ? :)

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  • chitimacha1974
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    I've looked all over today, and I still haven't had any luck.

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