Lough Neagh Eel Fisherman

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Lough Neagh Eel Fisherman

Paula's picture

Love it, is it

Love it, is it cast?
Paula
Guthrie, MN


Eamonn Higgins's picture

thanks, no its fabricated

thanks, no its fabricated from reclaimed stainless steel (i.e. kitchen sinks etc) using a combination of contemporary welding techniques such as MIG and Oxy Acetylene, with some traditional smithy work thrown in.


Rick Crawford's picture

Very impressive.

Very impressive. I like it, he really seems to have come alive. Often find this kind of detail in a casting, but not with these techniques.

SmokyRick
Rick Crawford at Smoky Forge


Paula's picture

I am very impressed! great

I am very impressed! great work!
Paula
Guthrie, MN


NELSON's picture

Hi Eamonn, Truly a piece of

Hi Eamonn,

Truly a piece of artwork, and the techniques you have employed in my opinion, deserve even more credit. Congratulations! Nelson.


warren's picture

Great

Wow very nice piece. Reclaimed kitchen sinks makes it even more impression, so many nice bends and shapes

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warren


eligius1427's picture

Hi Eamonn, i'm with everyone

Hi Eamonn, i'm with everyone else, WOW. Even more so that it's fabricated and not cast, and further that the fabrication is from old kitchen sinks! It's one of those pieces that are great on their own, and absolutely spectacular with the story behind it. Can't wait to see what you do next.

Jake

Jake Balcom
Mettle Design
Lincoln, NE


Jamie Santellano's picture

Eamonn, You have some

Eamonn,

You have some amazing talent...nice work! Congrats!

Cheers,

Jamie Santellano