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One of a Kind

Posted by Rob Longenecker on November 23rd, 2006

The Cookie Monster didn’t care. “Cookie!” he would growl and then cram the cookies in his mouth as fast as he could. He didn’t discriminate – one was as good as another. Cookie cutter sameness is not always desireable, however. 

When it comes to art, the more unique an object, the higher the value. Tucker is surely a leather artist – you’ve told me so and I won’t argue. One of Tucker’s unique talents is his decorative stamping. The best example for many is the “cross cut” stamp.

The cross cut design in not actually stamped, but is cut by Tucker free-hand with a swivel knife. It is an artistic expression, not pressed on or rolled on. As such, each holster is uniquely “cross cut.”

When you order one of Tucker’s cross-cut patterns on a holster you can take pride in the fact that it will be slightly different from everyone else’s. Since cross-cut is the most popular design Tucker does, that’s a good thing. You’ll have one of a kind.

I’ve placed a note on the online store mentioning that you may not receive a holster that looks exactly like the pictures on the website. Those pictures are just a few of the many versions of cross cut design Tucker has created. The theme is always the same – the execution will vary.

The Cookie Monster may be disappointed but you’ll have one of a kind.

 

 

One Response to “One of a Kind”

  1. Jon Says:

    Indeed, the cross cuts on two holsters that I ordered at the same time look somewhat different. Pretty cool if you ask me.

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