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Gotscha Lagidse

Gold/zilver inlay and onlay

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Hello,

In February 2012 organize we workshop of tradicional gold/silver inlay and onlay (Koftgari) in Roosendaal (The Netherlands).

Details: www.gotscha.nl

with best regards,

Gotscha

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Hmm, if I were on that side of the pond, I would seriously consider hying to Roosendaal in February.

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well . I am on that side of the pond.....

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Just a quick back-stroke across the Channel... :rolleyes:

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I received some questions about the languages spoken during the workshop.

Aleko speaks Georgian, Gotscha speaks Georgian and Dutch.

I will be around to translate in English, French or German where necessary.

Besides that the workshop will be more practical than theoretical

Since we organize the workshop for a maximum of twelve participants per day there will be an intensive individual assistance where demanded.

 

During the two days international workshop making Wootz with Zaqro Nonikashvili we did not experience any difficulties with languages.

 

Seerp Visser

(i assist Gotscha in organizing the workshop)

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Tool use: the universal language ;)

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Wish I could take that course!

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I am in for Saturday!!

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Cool! Lovely winter diversion....

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The workshop is fully booked for Saturday and Sunday.

An extra day, Friday, February 24 is added. For that day some 7 places are open.

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I would like to say thank you to Gotscha , Aleko and Seerp.

this was a very informative and well taught class (in 3 languages) I was impressed by the work of Aleko and seeing a suit Of Gotscha's armour was quite a treat (amazing wonderful and a few expletives added I will never be able to do that).

 

I come home with a few new tricks under my hat . I have little tools to make and will have to stumble through a few more beginners pieces before I come out with a bastardised "Owen as a viking" version of on-lay techniques .

 

I must say a few of my "how would you do that" questions were answered and I have discovered a whole world of embellishment with its own questions !!

 

thanks for a great class skilfully taught and well put together.

 

All the best owen

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I so wish I could have taken that course!

I pray it might be arranged yet again. This is something I would very much like to learn.

 

Looking forward to see what you will do with this Owen!

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Pictures ? :D

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I didn't bring a camera , others did though.

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Oh man, that looks like fun!

I was afraid in the photos that Owen was left out somehow but there he is down below.

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