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William Kuegel is a farrier and metalsmith who brings his artistic sense to both pursuits. In 1977 William and his wife Lynn collaborated to use horseshoe nails to create small-scale designs for holiday ornaments, including a tree, angel, and rocking horse. They also design ornaments using a variety of other metals. One of these ornaments - Sterling the Snowman - was chosen as the Annual Ornament for the year 2000 by the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen.
Their body of work has evolved over the years and now includes jewelry, as well as small and large - scale sculptural work using a variety of metals. Subjects include animals (horses, dogs, cats, birds), winter and Christmas themes (snowflakes, sleighs, snowmen, nativity scenes), and more symbolic items, such as a horseshoe nail ring, horseshoe pin, cross, icthus, and angel. William and Lynn operate their business, called Equicraft, out of their home in Lee, New Hampshire. Their work is available on their website, as well as at Exeter Fine Crafts in Exeter, NH and the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Concord Retail Gallery in Concord, NH.
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