Harmonica Case SteamPunk design - exceptionally well made - pewter & brass with black onyx

Harmonica Case SteamPunk design - exceptionally well made - pewter & brass with black onyx

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$835.00

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Item details

Handmade

Materials

pewter, brass, bronze, black onyx

An exceptional case for the harmonica player who deserves the best.

This case was hand made from raw metal stock - pewter, brass & bronze. It is very solid. The hand made hinge is smooth, the propeller spins (AllPropellersSpin).
This case is one of a kind, unique.

It required 48 separate soldering operations to assemble all of the individual parts that were made for this extraordinary piece. The stone is a black onyx.

This case takes a standard Bluesband harmonica (4 1/8 x 1 1/8 x 3/4 thick). The outside dimensions of the case are approx 4 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 1 3/8 inches.

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MARK ELIOT SCHWABE, SteamSmith, is a leading artist in the SteamPunk movement.

He IS an EXHIBIT in The Steampunk Museum (on-line): http://thesteampunkmuseum.com/2349_Mark_Eliot_Schwabe_Exhibit.html .

Also, he was included in the important “Steampunkinetics” exhibit at New York City’s AFA Gallery - www.afanyc.com/exhibition-steampunkinetics .

In addition, Schwabe was featured in the very popular “Rockets, Robots & Steampunk” exhibit at Vermont’s Shelburne Museum.

You can see a video about the artist, includes him at work: http://youtu.be/KEEOey57qrw

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Read Schwabe’s 80+ FIVE STAR reviews
http://www.etsy.com/your/shops/SteamSmithWorks/reviews?ref=shop_info

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Mark Eliot Schwabe, SteamSmith will be vending his creations at Key City Steampunk Festival in Frederick, MD, August 16 - 18, 2019.

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When visiting Burlington VT, be sure to stop at Frog Hollow Gallery on Church ST to see Schwabe's work and the work of many fine Vermont artisans.

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Mark Eliot Schwabe holds a MFA in sculpture from the State University of NY in New Paltz.
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Schwabe has participated in US steampunk conventions from coast to coast including 3 appearances at Steamcon (Seattle), 7 appearances at The Steampunk Worlds Fair (NJ), four times at Watch City in MA, an appearance at Teslacon in WI and many more.
An exceptional case for the harmonica player who deserves the best.

This case was hand made from raw metal stock - pewter, brass & bronze. It is very solid. The hand made hinge is smooth, the propeller spins (AllPropellersSpin).
This case is one of a kind, unique.

It required 48 separate soldering operations to assemble all of the individual parts that were made for this extraordinary piece. The stone is a black onyx.

This case takes a standard Bluesband harmonica (4 1/8 x 1 1/8 x 3/4 thick). The outside dimensions of the case are approx 4 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 1 3/8 inches.

* * * * *

MARK ELIOT SCHWABE, SteamSmith, is a leading artist in the SteamPunk movement.

He IS an EXHIBIT in The Steampunk Museum (on-line): http://thesteampunkmuseum.com/2349_Mark_Eliot_Schwabe_Exhibit.html .

Also, he was included in the important “Steampunkinetics” exhibit at New York City’s AFA Gallery - www.afanyc.com/exhibition-steampunkinetics .

In addition, Schwabe was featured in the very popular “Rockets, Robots & Steampunk” exhibit at Vermont’s Shelburne Museum.

You can see a video about the artist, includes him at work: http://youtu.be/KEEOey57qrw

* * * * *

Read Schwabe’s 80+ FIVE STAR reviews
http://www.etsy.com/your/shops/SteamSmithWorks/reviews?ref=shop_info

* * * * *
Mark Eliot Schwabe, SteamSmith will be vending his creations at Key City Steampunk Festival in Frederick, MD, August 16 - 18, 2019.

* * * * *
When visiting Burlington VT, be sure to stop at Frog Hollow Gallery on Church ST to see Schwabe's work and the work of many fine Vermont artisans.

* * * * *
Mark Eliot Schwabe holds a MFA in sculpture from the State University of NY in New Paltz.
* * * * *
Schwabe has participated in US steampunk conventions from coast to coast including 3 appearances at Steamcon (Seattle), 7 appearances at The Steampunk Worlds Fair (NJ), four times at Watch City in MA, an appearance at Teslacon in WI and many more.

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