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Hello everyone --
I've been dragging my feet for years with regards to getting a
Makers Mark perhaps because I'd really just prefer to sign my pieces.
And in the absence of having one, I've been doing nothing at all for
much too long. A recent customer has requested that I sign her piece
- I'm curious what the best way to go about this is. I've toyed with
the idea of getting one of those little hand held engravers but I
have a sneaking suspicion that it would shake and vibrate in such a
way as to make the result very unsatisfying. I suppose I could try to
do it with a scribe, though of course it wouldn't be deep enough to
withstand much wear. Does anyone have any suggestions? I know that
I've seen pieces with beautifully legible signatures on them -- and I
don't think they were stamped. I feel like this is a very elementary
question but I simply don't know the answer!
Thanks in advance for all