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Still incredible, Mr. Wu, thanks for showing us. ohmy.gif

 

And no, I do not know Mr. Conceptiaõ personally, just from his former web forum presence.

 

 

 

Alan Hi,

 

A friend alerted me to this thread. Pardon the interruption...

Alan, the name is difficult to write, much less to speak: António Conceição Júnior tongue.gif so I decided long ago

to use Antonio Cejunior for non Portuguese speakers wink.gif .

 

Mr. Wu, my Chinese name is 江連浩 .

Where do you live? Have you visited any of these exhibitions before?

 

http://www.arscives.com/mastersofire/Default.htm

 

http://www.arscives.com/historysteel/default_main.htm

 

I am not the least surprised with the talent of Mr. Wu.

I grew up exposed to different forms of exquisite Chinese carving, from metal to ivory. Always absolutely amazing.

 

Thank you all and pardon the interruption.

Best

Antonio

 

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I humbly beg your pardon, Antonio! wacko.gif Thanks for the correction, and I knew you'd like to see Mr. Wu's work. I'll stick with "Cejunior" from now on. wink.gif

 

 

No problem at all Alan biggrin.gif Antonio does the job fine wink.gif

 

Yes, fantastic work indeed. I wonder where he lives.

Very best.

Antonio

 

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Hi Antonio. Nice to see you here!

Not sure where Charles lives, but perhaps he will get in touch.

 

Cheers,

 

Jim

 

Hi Jim,

 

Thank yourolleyes.gif .

 

According to Ford Hallam he lives in Zhongshan which is very near Macau, about 50 km.

Very best ,

Antonio

 

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Hi,Antonio,

您好(ni hao).How are you.

 

Antonio,this is sonds very good, even in Chiese calling 安东尼奥. also really a good name for your Chinese name 江連浩, who give you this name? 江 (jiang) is river, means water, 連(lian) is conection 浩(hao) is sea, also means water.

it have a good wishing, everything of you, like fish in water; your desire is gratified.

 

It's not a interruption. im really happy to meet you here, and thanks a lot for your links below.i will be there, and sure i will learn a lot there. learn from you. and also thanks a lot my friend bring you here.

 

I respect you like the Chinese crafts, Chinese swords,and so on. and respect all you did for these. becasue soemthing you done, make the more people to see and to know the those work.

 

Alan Hi,

 

A friend alerted me to this thread. Pardon the interruption...

Alan, the name is difficult to write, much less to speak: António Conceição Júnior tongue.gif so I decided long ago

to use Antonio Cejunior for non Portuguese speakers wink.gif .

 

Mr. Wu, my Chinese name is 江連浩 .

Where do you live? Have you visited any of these exhibitions before?

 

http://www.arscives.com/mastersofire/Default.htm

 

http://www.arscives.com/historysteel/default_main.htm

 

I am not the least surprised with the talent of Mr. Wu.

I grew up exposed to different forms of exquisite Chinese carving, from metal to ivory. Always absolutely amazing.

 

Thank you all and pardon the interruption.

Best

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Ford, Great see you here.

and yes, most of the time, i live in ZHONG SHAN city,which is near Macao, and sometime stay in yin tang city of the jiang xi province.

Ford, the following the iron brush forum is one of the best forum i have been, it is specialized field. thanks a lot,i got a lot there, for each other and also from your patient.

 

I've corresponded with Charles and apparently he lives in Zhonshan City, Mainland China.

 

regards to all,

 

ford hallam B)

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hey, if it is still not work there, may be i will give you another link by pm. thanks

 

I am having trouble getting the photos to show. Are there any tips for fixing this?

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Hi,Antonio,

您好(ni hao).How are you.

 

Antonio,this is sonds very good, even in Chiese calling 安东尼奥. also really a good name for your Chinese name 江連浩, who give you this name? 江 (jiang) is river, means water, 連(lian) is conection 浩(hao) is sea, also means water.

it have a good wishing, everything of you, like fish in water; your desire is gratified.

 

It's not a interruption. im really happy to meet you here, and thanks a lot for your links below.i will be there, and sure i will learn a lot there. learn from you. and also thanks a lot my friend bring you here.

 

I respect you like the Chinese crafts, Chinese swords,and so on. and respect all you did for these. becasue soemthing you done, make the more people to see and to know the those work.

 

 

 

Hello Charles,

 

Da jia hao rolleyes.gif

Yes I know my Chinese name meaning. It was given to me when I was 8, meaning 50 years ago.

Xié xié ni. I can speak mandarin and cantonese but cannot read or write that much.

 

The two exhibitions have ended. One was in 2006 and another in 2007.

Your work is wonderful. I know that in the past, something like the 17th century, many japanese swords tsuba were made in Guangzhou. Please take a look on the tsuba below. The seppa area is carved. Japanese tsuba were not carved in the seppa area.

 

Your work is remarkable. Congratulations!!! smile.gif

chinese-tsuba.jpg

Antonio

 

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江老師,江師傅,

 

謝謝您,謝謝您的資訊!這個還真不懂啊!

有時間向您請教啊!

煩請有時間PM個您的郵件給我,有時間看您去

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江老師,江師傅,

 

謝謝您,謝謝您的資訊!這個還真不懂啊!

有時間向您請教啊!

煩請有時間PM個您的郵件給我,有時間看您去

 

qing ni bu xie kan zi. shuo zhongwen bu tai nan keshi kan zi gei wo tou tong. ;)

 

ni zuo de dongxi hen piaoliang.

 

duibuqi, wo zhongwen hen bu hao.

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