The "Beult"

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CaneAndAble
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Re: The "Beult"

Post by CaneAndAble » Wed Apr 25, 2018 9:45 pm

Watermole this is just the best and most rewarding piece of exquisite engineering and skill any artisan could ever produce ! It’s a thing of beauty and would be in good company amongst the Crown Jewels and in short is history in the making .
I can only echo others and there words and in cannot be said enough that words mean nothing in comparison to this creation you have produced for Martin .
I am so pleased for you mate ! Perhaps we can here it’s sweet sound on lackeys leap ?
Lee

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Keston
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Re: The "Beult"

Post by Keston » Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:37 pm

Sublime .

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StefanDuma
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Re: The "Beult"

Post by StefanDuma » Thu Apr 26, 2018 9:02 am

What a fantastic piece of workmanship and art, truly amazing.
Stefan Duma

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Re: The "Beult"

Post by Nobby » Thu Apr 26, 2018 10:05 am

I've only just found this thread....something of a busy week has kept me from the internet...and fishing!

What a beautiful thing to look at! You now have your own 'style' Leszek, I would know that reel was made by you instantly, had I first seen it elsewhere.

I doubt there are many others in the country who could have done it.....possibly there are none.....

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Northern_Nomad
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Re: The "Beult"

Post by Northern_Nomad » Thu Apr 26, 2018 12:13 pm

Stunning! absolutely stunning.

I concur with Nobby, you only have to glance at it to know who made it, who could possibly have the skill and talent to make it. Once you attain this level of creativeness then your name becomes synonymous with the creation itself. If you look at a Rolls Royce car you don’t have to look at the badge to know it’s a Rolls, and therefore the pinnacle of engineering and style.

I’ve said it before and I have no hesitation saying it again - when engineering and art meet in equal superlative measures then you have something very special indeed.

Leszek :Hat: :Hat: :Hat:
"We knelt side by side looking at it. I knew it was big, and suddenly it dawned on me it was more than that. It was tremendous!" - Richard Walker

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John M
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Re: The "Beult"

Post by John M » Fri Dec 21, 2018 11:16 am

WOW that is utterly stunning could I ask how many hours it took to create?
As no man is born an artist,
so no man is born an angler.

Izaak Walton 1593-1683

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Surrey Martin
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Re: The "Beult"

Post by Surrey Martin » Fri Dec 21, 2018 9:17 pm

Fantastic Sir ... you are a legend . Cheers Surrey Martin

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