Gifts for end of large construction project--Letter Openers

  A project manager for a large construction company in Atlanta, GA wanted to thank his team leaders for all their help on a project that just recently wrapped up.  I forged 7 letter openers from the bars of a jail built in Petersburg, VA in 1854.  Each was engraved with the appropriate initials on the handle and then Bud Siniard, Upland Custom Leather, made the "sheaths".  Even though they are very similiar in appearance, they all are unique since they are hand forged and finished.  These also make great graduation, Father's Day, birthday and groomesman gifts.  Once this wrought iron is gone, it is gone forever!



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