Glass Chandeliers, Garden Tools, Western Saddles

Newt Grover  ♦  Bob Denman  ♦  Pedro Pedrini

GLASS CHANDELIERS, GARDEN TOOLS, WESTERN SADDLES | Host Jill Wagner travels the country on a quest to find talented craftsmen who still make incredible items by hand. At her first stop in Scottsdale, Arizona, she meets Newt Grover, who taught himself to blow glass at 40. His beautiful, larger-than-life chandeliers prove it’s never too late to become a master. Next, she meets Bob Denman in Boring, Oregon, who is one of the last craftsmen in the world making hand-forged iron garden tools. Finally, in Marysville, California, Jill meets a leather working contradiction in terms: he’s a Frenchman, named Pedro Pedrini, who carves incredible Western saddles.


CHANDELIERS  |  Newt Grover

Newt GroverIf Newt Grover wants to learn a particular craft or art, he will find a way to master the form by teaching himself…Read more

What drew you to your chosen craft?
The color, transparency and vibrant nature of glass. No other medium is as versatile…Read more


GARDEN TOOLS  |  Bob Denman

Bob Denman has been producing hand-forged gardening tools for over 15 years. In fact, he is the only blacksmith…Read more

What do you enjoy most about your craft?
Making things with my hands that enable people to work efficiently…Read more


SADDLES  |  Pedro Pedrini

The saddle for a cowboy is his home. Pedro Pedrini would know this better than anyone. Pedro lives a truly American…Read more

What drew you to your chosen craft?
The love of the West and the cowboy lifestyle and their evolution through time using horses…Read more



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