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Custom Scrimshaw Work Available

I have been doing Scrimshaw for two years, and glad to see things are picking up in that direction.  I have been very fortunate to have wonderful Mentors (ScrimMasters) helping me out in many ways to further my exposure and experience in this ancient and fabulous art expression.  Particularly, I am enjoying scrimshawing artwork onto small knives; RoughRider Brand bone handled knives have been a particular favorite, and I also love working on beautiful fossil mammoth ivory.

My Pieces In Medora, North Dakota!!

Hello Everyone & Thanks for Visiting!  I have a new announcement to share!  I am honored to be invited to display and sell my pieces at

Western Edge Books, Artwork, Music; 425 4th Street, Medora, North Dakota (701) 623-4345, Owners Doug & Mary Ellison. The Ellison’s also own Amble Inn on the same property.  

Their store is a treasure trove of Americana & Western History with Books, Artwork & Music.  The Ellison’s have an extensive knowledge of Medora and its’ rich history to share with you all.

2018 Focus of New Designs & Pieces

Majestic Creations Llc is evolving in positive creativity,  and the fruits of my labor will all be listed on this website this year. Along with One-of-a-Kind Jewelry Pieces, I am excited to add New Scrimshaw Pieces, Hand Engraved Pieces, & Hand-Drawn & Etched Art Pieces. There will be a range of handmade items for you to choose either as gifts, or personal treasures for yourself!

Custom Orders Welcome.  Email your request to engravemc@gmail.com  

Happy 2018 To Everyone. Thanks for Visiting!

Carol Priestley

A Wrist Measurements "How To"

 

For Cuffs:

To measure your wrist size you will need either a cloth tape measure or piece of string (dental floss works).  Wrap the tape or string around your wrist to an exact fit (not tight or loose).  Transfer that measurement to a ruler. That is your wrist size in inches ("). 

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