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Registered: ‎01-22-2003

Art made from watch parts

Not sure if this is the right category,but here goes anyway.this is a 5x7 recessed picture frame.It is a picture of a Rolls Royce silver ghost made from small watch parts.The artist is L. Kerch,signed on both the front side and back label.The label,yellow in color,with brown lettering,"Guaranteed genuine original h orological collage by l. kerch."Worldwide copyright 1970 handmade in England" is stamped on the back below the label.
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Registered: ‎12-08-2002

Art made from watch parts

in reply to davshaf
Cute.
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Registered: ‎03-24-2003

Art made from watch parts

in reply to davshaf
I bought my husband a "Winston Churchill", made by the same artist...I paid about $35, discovered that it might be worth about $9.99, lol.
He is a Churchill fan, though, so it is part of his collection of "stuff"...
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Art made from watch parts

in reply to davshaf
That is, Kersh, though.
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Registered: ‎01-22-2003

Art made from watch parts

in reply to davshaf
Thanks for the response.Sorry about my slow response .CORRECTION! This is Kersh.Sorry about my misspelling.we paid 5 bucks at a church bazaar.Don't want to sell it,just curious about the artist.Thanks again.
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Re: Art made from watch parts

in reply to davshaf
There is a "Rolls Royce Owner's Club". They have a web site and a museum. They may be interested or you could donate it. I have the same type art work made of watch pieces of a Rolls Royce 1907 signed by D. Eddington of London. I may donate mine to the musuem.
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Registered: ‎04-13-2002

Re: Art made from watch parts

in reply to davshaf
There is a "Rolls Royce Owner's Club". They have a web site and a museum. They may be interested or you could donate it. I have the same type art work made of watch pieces of a Rolls Royce 1907 signed by D. Eddington of London. I may donate mine to the musuem.


Absolutely, if there were ever a group that I feel is in most need of a donation, it would have to be the RR Owners Club.

Looking for any opportunity to brighten their otherwise dismal days.
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