Jeffrey Nashan, Paul Chausse and his son John behind the display cases at DSC.
Behind the massive clock they just made for the show. If you are going to the Reno SCI show look for it and you will find us.
We just got back from a few days at the Dallas Safari Club show which we have been attending for the several years. This year was our best show yet. We had a great location, shared some interesting demonstrations and had a lot of new products. Many of our previous collectors came by and said hello and we met a lot of new people who either bought pieces at the show or are learning more about what we do. It is always interesting to share what is new with the Montana Watch Company and The Rocky Mountain Authentic line with the people.
Howard Knight, our fantastically talented leather smith, showed us how he works on pieces of leather to create unique bands that can be custom created specifically for each of our watches. Ernie Lytle, one of our talented engravers, worked on a case with a hammer and chisel. He carefully engraved one of his patterns on a case that will eventually be used in one of our finished pieces. Jeffrey and Keegan sat behind the bench and assembled the works of watches.
We are going to be at the SCI in Reno in a couple of weeks and will have more of our artists demonstrating their skills. If you haven’t stopped by our booth to watch them do their work make a note to do so in Reno.