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So cool gig came up. Local gentleman and his wife officiate weddings in different locals in AZ. Part of their thing is they dress kind of cowboy for the affairs so he wanted something for his 686 but didnt wanted handsome but not to ornate. He also preferred flatter browns so this guy was dyed in with Fiebings Russet and what doesn seem to show up in the pix is there is some dark brown ghosting here and there and along the edge. He was happy ... through me an extra $20 which made the wife happy!

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Of course it wouldnt be complete without some belt

 

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Beautifully done.

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I love it. Great job.

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Very nice, clean work.  Simple is good!  The thing about simple though is that the more you look, the more you see the details that added up to a tasteful, attractive piece.  The dye job, edges and stitching all pop.

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Outstanding!  As Tugadude says, the details and craftsmanship really shine through, doesn't need any embellishment to be a stand out.

YinTx

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Looks great,

Nice ,clean and simple

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A nice understated holster and belt. Nice work to get the extra 20 bucks in there!

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beautiful rig, I miss being in AZ, was only there a few years, but really enjoyed the south west climate and people.  

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While ornate and heavily worked items can certainly look impressive, there's something about a simple clean design that just speaks of elegance.

Nicely done.

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Simple? SImply perfect maybe. Great looking work!

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Very pretty. Love the simplicity of it!

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