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On the farm Peter is in charge of fields, fences, and equipment, but in his spare time (what is that, you ask?) he is a fine hand engraver. To see more of his work go to;


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Hand Engraving and Silver Jewelry by Peter Kellers

The items pictured on this page are samples of the work done by Peter Kellers. Some were designed and executed to the wishes of specific customers. Others are his designs which are available to order from stock. Contact Peter to have him design that special gift, or order a piece that is already made. The treble clef at the left is available in several sizes as a brooch. Perfect for the Christian musician.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This handsome ring is inscribed all around with the words "By His Grace". Pete can design a ring just for you. He makes all his rings using the "lost wax" process, and they are cast in sterling silver or other metals and then finished.  He can also engrave inside of rings that he makes, or that you have purchased.

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These barrettes were custom-made. One is brass, the other is stainless steel. Design one for yourself or for another!

 

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Men and women can both appreciate a lovely money clip. This one is made of German silver and the engraving can be done in any font or with any design that you choose. They are also available in sterling silver. Use your imagination! they make wonderful groom's gifts for the men in a wedding party. Toni has one with a cross-eyed sheep on it - wonder why?



Because he has a love for Scotland (there is a McWilliams back there somewhere), several of Peter's designs are of the national symbol of that country  - the thistle. This necklace is one that has been very popular and can be purchased immediately - they are cast in sterling from a mold that he had created and then painstakingly hand engraved. The same design is available on a stick-pin.

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