art.: AuP_Dipping

208,25 net: 175 € | gross: 208.25 €


The final stage of the wood where the proud club maker enjoys the experience of seeing how the finished product will look like. The head is dipped into a tin with specialised varnish which will be left to dry for a day to harden and then kept repeating multiple times. Making golf clubs is a business spanning hundreds of years. The techniques, methods and tools have changed enormously creating a wonderfully diverse subject for the artist. This small collection covers a period from before the turn of the century until 1990


Colour print set on 300g/m² - William Turner Art paper, handsigned by the artist

Size available:

329 x 420 mm / 12,95 x 16,50 inch 

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