Episode of Series “Craft as a Livelihood”
Metal-work has been in Tor Schwanck’s family since the 15th century. He is an artisan trained in all aspects of metal-work. Schwanck uses non-precious metals as well as gold and silver. All the designs are originals, and he tours, exhibits and receives commissions for his work.
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