Posted by Elizabeth on January 09, 1998 at 13:37:09:
In Reply to: Re: Your father? ....Eric's carvings! posted by Bill R on January 09, 1998 at 09:34:40:
: So you HAVE been in contact with Eric Schweig? Did you talk to him about the WWW board, our interest in his work, and that you
: would post a notice about his carvings? When did he start carving? Or has he been doing it for a while, and you two just
: now agreed to post about his work and seek interest?
: Next time you talk to him, tell him we all LOVED his work..in
: LOM and other films!! As I am sure you have already!
: Bill R.
: : Carol,
: : $2500............ They are very large, intricate, and traditional. Each takes weeks to complete and will be made per request. Hey! I'll bet many of you would love to know that Eric Schweig was busily hand carving an Inuit creation JUST FOR YOU!!!
: : What type of carvings does your father have? Wood? Bone? You've piqued MY curiosity!
: : We didn't discuss the "love scene". Maybe next time we'll ask. (I'm sorry for neglecting my duty on that matter!) Eric was very, very nice and is excited about these carvings.
: : Elaine
Just wanted to say that is a VERY reasonable price for something like this! I know for a fact that a carved Inuit mask usually costs a great deal more ... never mind one "made to order". A carved replica of a traditonal Inuit mask cost a friend of mine close to $5,000 and that was several years ago! Eric sure is giving you guys a good deal! Elizabeth
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