Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist

Perfectly Portable

T’S HOT, HUMID HURRICANE SEASON as I write this, but thinking ahead to fall, winter, and Tucson travel, I chose this inventive group of goodies. In the uncertainty of a world turned upside-down by COVID-19, travel might not be on your schedule right now, yet in the big picture that really makes no difference. All of these tools have a common feature: they are easy to take along. Portable, multi-function, adaptable, or otherwise clever, this collection is simultaneously perfect for a travel toolbox or a studio workshop. So shows or not, stay safe, I hope we meet soon at an upcoming event, and keep using your tools in

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