Author Topic: Stunning limited edition Peter Dreiser engraved goblet for sale. The Mayflower.  (Read 744 times)

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Offline lesley7

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Hi everyone,
I have a few of Peter Dreiser limited edition glasses and goblets in my collection which represent just how hard he used to have to work (so I know it is not just me!)
I am selling this one at the moment:  http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/-/281055423976?roken=OC2FOD
Cheers
Les
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Offline chopin-liszt

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While you're peeking at the Peter Dreiser, do have a look at Lesley's own work for sale too - it is absolutely magnificent.
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Thanks, Lesley!

Cheers, Sue (M)

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aaaah that is so sweet, thank you  :D
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Confession time, I far prefer your work, Lesley. You are far too modest.
You're not in my collection - yet. But you will be.  My collection is incomplete without you.
I'm just waiting for the "perfect-for-me" piece at the right time.  :)
Cheers, Sue (M)

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I am very flattered, Sue, although the Peter Dreiser work I am selling dates back to 1970, he later became a super fine artist and engraver with pieces now worth many thousands.   I hope to one day be able to also spend more time creating work that I want to do from my heart, not what I have to do to just to make a living and pay the bills, this is what he was clearly doing in those days. Then you never know I might create something right up your street  :D
But then wouldn't we all like to be able to play?!  8) At least my work is something I also enjoy I suppose.
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