Sometimes I get the most wonderful requests out of nowhere. A month ago, a stranger from Kentucky, a lovely lady named Allyson, emailed me to ask if I could create custom cufflinks for her brother's graduation. His last name is "Bowman" which is why she sought a bow & arrow design.She found me on google because of my Diana the Huntress Necklace and wanted to see if I could do that image as cufflinks.I advised her an engraving was much more practical for a man's cufflinks as actual bow and arrows would get caught on clothing frequently.I sent her sketches to which she marked in red what she wanted:Sketch ideas for custom cufflinks.Then I sent her an official rendering:This official jpeg is what Allyson approved.Once this official jpeg rendering was approved, I went straight to casting into silver. Throughout this whole process, Allyson and I still have not met in person! The internet has created such a communication venue that even with a custom jewelry order, one does not need to meet in person nor talk on the phone. Allyson, if you read this, it was such a pleasure to work on such a meaningful project with you.
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