The last few years I have been occupied with making the equipment used for making daguerreotypes, but recently returned to my roots in the genre with this case. Black Moroccan goatskin with brass inset book clasps. In the past I’ve made these … Continue reading
I have applied my newly developed minimalist book clasp to a couple of new cases recently. A sixth plate moroccan for the the National Gallery of Victoria and a monocular case for orphaned stereo image, the case included a passé … Continue reading
A recent custom order for half plate double cases in the Boston case style
The previously posted Smithsonian custom cases now house their charges. These two portraits of James Duncan Graham join a third which has a vintage case that these were modelled on.
Here’s some more maroon cases ( I do cases in 4 colours but this is the most poplar) that are custom cases as they are made for Ambrotypes rather than Daguerreotypes. Because of the extra depth to the plate package … Continue reading
These 4 cases are part of an ongoing project I have with the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian to house daguerreotypes without cases in their collection. Two cases are for portraits of James Duncan Graham, the others for ones … Continue reading