A hand-hammered copper nut bowl with a deer antler stand ($440-$610), is the work of Ben Caldwell. The Nashville-based metalsmith is among the more than 200 artists featured at this weekend's Woodland Art Fair.
A hand-hammered copper nut bowl with a deer antler stand ($440-$610), is the work of Ben Caldwell. The Nashville-based metalsmith is among the more than 200 artists featured at this weekend's Woodland Art Fair.
A hand-hammered copper nut bowl with a deer antler stand ($440-$610), is the work of Ben Caldwell. The Nashville-based metalsmith is among the more than 200 artists featured at this weekend's Woodland Art Fair.

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August 12, 2015 02:53 PM

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