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Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by ?uesto, Oct 13, 2010.
Got the singfire sf348 on paracord, comes in handy more than I expected
A sterling silver replica of Frodo's necklace from Lord of the Rings, made by the same silversmith that made them for the movie. Attached is a SS pendant with a carbon fiber inlay and a small diamond, gift from my wife and daughter
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A silver replica of the cross of St Patrick and St Columba at Kells just like this one. Mine hasn't been off in years and didn't want to take it off just for this pic....
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Kingdom Armory Dog Tag
My badge/ID holder.
I'll second that . Dye is the way to go.
And this one along with a few other pieces I wear. Never owned any jewelry at all until my wife got me the one above now I am always looking for interesting pieces.
I wear a white gold chain given to me on my wedding day by my wife. I work at sea on boats and live in fear of de-gloving a finger on a hatch or edge. So before I go to sea I take my wedding ring of and put it on my chain.
This little thing…
For those who don't wear things around your neck for fear of getting choked, I work in an eviron where I'm HIGHLY likely to be choked by someone. In 15 years, I've been in literally thousands of fights, but never been choked once. At least not by anyone other than my wife, but that's something completely different.
The joy of marriage ....
Sailor's Cross Knot tied around cutout pendant by David Hopper, on Flickr
Exemplary work as usual, David. Well done.
This is one of my grandfathers WWII dog tags he wore serving proudly in the Pacific Theatre. His name is my sons middle name now. I wear it under my shirt to honor him discreetly in my own way. He's been gone from my life for 34 years but he lives on with my son. I generally only wear them on his birthday, the day he died, or those days where I've look over the heirlooms he's left behind or just days where I'm thinking about him a lot. I understand how some former or current military may feel it's wrong for me to wear the tags he earned, but frankly, I don't care. Loved this man. He died April 21st 1982 and I've had these on all week and shared tons of stories with my wife and kids of the great grandfather they never met.
Amen Brother! Eye glasses, hair, whatever!
Thats honoring, I wish I had my grandfathers tags, he gave me my first sak when I turned 12 (a champion+ The same as his) I broke the corkscrew not to long after I got it, lol, but after he passed I got his sak, at first I didn't want to do anything to it but I then changed my mind, I had someone take the corkscrew off and fix mine, then on a custom sak I had made I had them use the saw from his, and lastly the one who changed out the corkscrew used the scales and made like a paperweight, because my grandfather engraved our last name on them, so it sits next to my bed, so no mater what he's always with me! And when both of my kids turned 12, they both got a champion+ to kinda keep the little tradition going! JR
Hello to all,
I always wear my Sterlingsilver Mjöllnir wich was a gift by my wife, and a neck knife,
mostly my Esee Izula.
Have a nice day.