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Jess Jones

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  • Birthday 12/17/1980

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    San Pedro, Ca
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    Leather craftsmanship and artistry

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  1. $1500 take the Weaver Rotary Punch. $900 for Weaver 4-ton Clicker Press $500 for Weaver MT900 punch (Pickup only, L.A. area)
  2. Cary Schwarz DVD sold as entire set please. These are hard to find used and in this good of condition with original sleeves. You get: Leather Shop Techniques- Shop Tour & Tool Discussion (Disk 1) Leather Shop Techniques (Disk 2) Floral Design 1 DVD Floral Design 2 DVD Floral Carving DVD Proper Cleaning & Oiling of a Saddle Wilson Capron Engraving Techniques- Design Concepts & Exercises Wilson Capron Engraving Techniques- Fundamentals of Engraving I really want to sell the entire set together. Retail you would normally pay on this collection is $337. I need $160 for everything and price is firm. All DVDs are in great condition. Free Shipping included. Please text my cell at 310-357-1006 if you'd like to grab them. Thank you.
  3. Shipping is available on all of these items for sale. Make me a reasonable offer as I am selling off machines from my shop. Thank you.
  4. I also have a Weaver Leather Master Tools 4 ton Clicker Press (No Power it is presses via handle) for $1100 and a Weaver Leather Master Tools MT900 Multi-Function Foot Press for $650 pick up only. Both in Great working condition.
  5. Weaver Leather Master Tools, Rotary Strap/ Belt Punch that works perfectly. Self centers and punch holes in belt, straps---- perfectly---every time. Choose hole spacing from 1/2" -3". I have various hole punch sizes that come with it. I bought this new from Weaver Leather 3 years ago and it is a real workhorse (requires no power to operate). I just don't use it enough to justify having it any longer. I paid $2800 for and need to get $2250. I can ship it and cost to ship within 48 states will be about $50 I am guessing- maybe cheaper. Or you can pick up in Los Angeles Harbor area. I don't check my messages on here much so please TEXT me (three one zero) 357- one, zero, zero, six Machine Dimensions: 16" H X 16" W X 8" Made IN USA Product. It will be a great addition to any quality production shop. Again, $2250 USD Thanks!
  6. Yes, Cobra Class 14 Splitters go for $350.00 more, Brand New. Is someone lonely and looking for attention again?
  7. Selling my Leather Machine Co Cobra, Class 14 Splitter that I bought brand new from Cobra Steve just over 2 years ago. I am selling it to fundraise my cabin build in Montana. It works fantastic....as good as the day it arrived. Comes with original stand. It has been well maintained in my shop, oiled, etc. I am located in Los Angeles Harbor area. You can pickup or I can help a shipper load. Brand New it goes for $2670 Plus tax. I am not in a pinch to sell and will keep it if I must. I am asking $2300 OBO. Reasonable offers only please. Also, please send me a text or call 310-982-3290. Don't forget to leave a message. I am not on this forum much anymore so contact me via phone if possible. thanks!
  8. Up for sale we have the following Cary Schwarz DVDs: Floral Carving Floral Design Floral Design 2 Cleaning and Oiling a Saddle Leather Shop Techniques Part 2 (do not have Part 1) Wilson Capron Engraving Techniques: Fundamentals of Engraving Wilson Capron Engraving Techniques: Design Concepts and Exercises $30 each DVD
  9. Cobra Class 4-Premium Sewing machine in fantastic condition Everything works great and the machine has been meticulously maintained. I have too many machines and have no more room for this machine so I would like to sell. Machine is located at my shop here in San Pedro, Ca. $2300 is the price. Thank you and I can help load. No delivery or shipping unless you have the shipper come and take it. Thanks!
  10. You know, the funny thing is that when I first started leathercraft, I begged and begged people to teach me in exchange for free labor. That never happened and like many of us...I had to teach myself. The love of it all helped me persevere on long nights where I messed up a project or did not know how to proceed. even this forum right here helped me TREMENDOUSLY! Well, I had a young man that is 16 years old approach me offering the same thing I sought 4 years ago. A mentor and an apprenticeship...a "whatever it takes to get in here" attitude. After two weeks, he started whining about being paid, etc. So I started paying him and as soon as I began paying him monetarily and bought him his own tools to use, he started not showing up to work, no motivation, lack of interest, yawning all day, no initiative to create a project, etc. I believe this kid wanted a "JOB." Not an honest trade in which I devoted all of my time to teach him (which IMO is an opportunity of a lifetime). He had every tool he could ever need and his own coach. BUT, he blew it. He lasted about 5 weeks and then quit . It is hard to find people who love this craft so much that they are committed to mastering it. I am ok working solo, but would truly appreciate someone willing to not waste my time and apprentice under me, and grow long term with my business. payed or unpayed...
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