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They really look awsome tu2
 
Posts: 15163 | Location: Australia | Registered: 30 December 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I can only assume that any engraver that did guns would do a watch as well. After all,the base product should not matter,their skill in any median is what buys their groceries.


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Phil Vinicombe used too. Not sure if he is doing much engraving now.

In Europe, Roland Baptiste does a lot of watches.

You could ask Ron Croxon in Tamworth, he doesn’t only engrave firearms.


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Phil Vinicombe used too. Not sure if he is doing much engraving now.

In Europe, Roland Baptiste does a lot of watches.

You could ask Ron Croxon in Tamworth, he doesn’t only engrave firearms.


Thanks for the info Rockdoc tu2

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Maybe Phillip Duffil in Price Street, Birmingham. I see a watch as no different an task from a grip cap.
 
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Ron Croxon does a lot of jewellery work, well worth contacting. Nice bloke, nice engraving.

Tom Inslay in Qld advertises watch engraving on his website.
 
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I bought my son a NGraver from Brownell's 30 years ago.The kid is an artist,but since he thinks that anyone can do it (WRONG)he does'nt pursue it.He can make more money welding in he oil patch but he is letting that talent go to waste,simply because he thinks that everyone can do it.He bought a tattooing rig as well + was giving free tattoos.Fine art but still a freeby.I know that since he is my son I might sound biased but it is the truth,the kid (kid hell,he's 40)is a fine artist with concern to detail.We can guide our childrens steps but we can not choose their lives.


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