Thanks to everyone for answering our photo quiz yesterday. If you guessed “headjoint, below the barrel, and on the footjoint” for the engraving locations, you are correct!
Now that we’ve seen the beginning of a hand-engraved key, we thought we would share this finished one! Find out more about the hand engraving process in the latest post on our repair blog at http://www.repairmyflute.com/2012/12/key-engraving-part-ii.html
We’ve seen finished hand engraving examples here, but how exactly does the process work? One of our engravers started this “example key” to show us. Stay tuned for more on this topic tomorrow…
Did you know that if you would like your keys engraved, there’s a particular time when it’s easiest to do? Find out more in the latest post on our Repair Blog at http://www.repairmyflute.com/2012/11/key-engraving_14.html.
A few new photos of engraved rings and keys — and one photo of the engraving tools. Everything is done by hand. Great to have engraving specialists here at the shop!
Some new photos of engraved crowns. Do you like the engraved look?