Inspired by the real story of Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt Junior alias Teddy. "Should he ever have the opportunity to lead a troop with the first wave, then only with this Ziegenhainer walking stick". A home lands protector so approached me with this words and this wonderfu pic.
"Masterpiece". The probably the most extraordinary, life coach of this planet, an even more exceptional man, was the first to use this term.Therefore this one word for me has a special weight.
A very most respected Timber expert, if not even "THE" wood expert, whose books are internationally listed, has given me the honor to call me "The Cornel King" in one of his books.
"I has never had anything better in his hands." An sensei, multiple international martial arts world champion. He had seen hard wood break from just about every corner of the earth. And cornelian cherry doesn't do that. The testimony of the historian Xenophon is confirmed by his current experience.
"He does not know anyone who could do that work." The owner of a very good assorted, renowned martial art shop.
"This karate stick emits noticeably energy at the ends." My first apprentice, a martial arts teacher with a Japanese honorary title.
"This perfected piece, a magically charged wood, is a pleasure to grasp with all your senses." This is just the summary of a shaman girl whose article description equals on long multi-level oragasm. I've probably already read your lines letter a hundred times. Every detail a treat.
The welcome words of a martial arts friend when viewing his special wishes. "Da Vinci at work."
"That looks like a designer sculpture." Said a very lovely young girl to a very special piece.
"Extraordinary hand flatterer." Laity to whom I introduce my works from time to time. Independent of each other.
"It are works of art." A master of european sword fighting wrote this me.
Long before he received his sticks, a happy owner told me : "That are preciousnesses". "And now everything is different again". After the owner, who already knew my work, held his own pieces in his hands.