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Daniel started working as a leather craftsman in the town of Tullahoma, TN, in 1973. First, it was a hobby, then grew into a business with the establishment of his first store, Highland Handicrafts, followed by Leather 'n' Things, which was recognized by the Tennessee Arts Commission. During those years he and h… Read More
Daniel started working as a leather craftsman in the town of Tullahoma, TN, in 1973. First, it was a hobby, then grew into a business with the establishment of his first store, Highland Handicrafts, followed by Leather 'n' Things, which was recognized by the Tennessee Arts Commission. During those years he and his wife became members of the Tennessee Artist's and Craftsmen's Association, and the Northeast Alabama Craftsmen's Association. They showed and sold their work at several art and craft shows, Thresherman's Bees, Mule Days, Renaissance festivals, art shows, and craft fairs in Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and one in Kansas.
(TN: Tullahoma, Manchester, Adams, Shelbyville, McMinnville, Monteagle, Crossville, Sewanee, Franklin, Gatlinburg, Louden, Nashville, Chattanooga, Memphis, and others. KY: Land between the Lakes. GA: Dalton and others. FL: Tampa, Fort Pierce, and Naples. AL: Horse Pens 40 at Steele, Huntsville, and others. KS: Wichita) Read Less
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    Daniel D. Jones
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Our belts and accessories are made from vegetable-tanned, American made tooling cowhide. Tooled bags and cases are made from American or European Bridle leathers. Various other leathers are used for soft purses and utility bags.
Daniel is re-joining the Art and Craft show circuits in 2011, centering around the North Carolina area. He anticipates offering his work in Cary and Greensboro to begin with, as well as future shows in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, as well as selected Scottish Highland Games in the Southeast.
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Daniel is re-joining the Art and Craft show circuits in 2011, centering around the North Carolina area. He anticipates offering his work in Cary and Greensboro to begin with, as well as future shows in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, as well as selected Scottish Highland Games in the Southeast.
You can find much his work for sale on his new Etsy Store. Just follow the link below. You can also find a limited selection of his work almost every weekend at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds - Building #2, in the Backstreet Leather store. (Link to Backstreet Leather is included below.) Read Less
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