Which precious metal workers are worth more?

By Tom BurghardtOctober 15, 2018 12:04pm”If you’re looking for the best and brightest, then the best metal workers in the world are the ones who make and repair the finest items in your home and are also involved in creating the best art.”–Dana CarveyDana and Dave Carvey are in their 80s, and they’ve been building jewelry for almost 70 years.

The pair are known for their work on jewelry and decorative arts, and in 2018, the couple became the first couple to be inducted into the American Jewelry Hall of Fame.

Their work on the Carve of the World project, which began in 2009, was the first to use metal in the design process.

The Carve began as a simple, elegant piece of jewelry, but the couple has since made more than 100 designs, including an enormous carved dragon.

In 2017, they became the second couple to make an engagement ring.

And, they have even been making jewelry for celebrities like Cher and Beyoncé.

The couple recently celebrated their 80th anniversary by celebrating the occasion by making a $50,000, three-carat diamond ring that was featured in The New York Times.

The carvings, which have been on display at the Carver House since 2018, will be on display for the first time next month.

Dave and Dana Carvey in the 2018 ceremony.

Courtesy Dana Carve”It’s a lot of work, but we’re always very proud of the work we do,” Dave Carve said.

The work on this project has also inspired other artists to explore and create their own creations.

The sculpture of a lion on display in the Carved of the world exhibit, created by artist Daniela Paz.

Courtesy Daniela CarveThe Carves have also had a strong impact on the design of many items they make.

In fact, they’ve even made jewelry for some of the top artists of the 21st century.

Dave Carve has created pieces for the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Kanye West, Mark Zuckerberg and Tom Hanks.

Dave also helped design a large, multi-layered crystal necklace for actress Scarlett Johansson.

The necklace, which has been on exhibit at the carvages for two years, was designed by the couple to honor their grandmother, who died of cancer at the age of 80.

“It was the perfect gift,” Dana Carver said.

“Her memory is part of everything that we do here.”

The Carvages’ work is so influential, in fact, that their grandson, Eric Carve, is also an expert in the industry.

Dana, 90, said she always knew she wanted to work in the jewelry industry, but she never thought she would become a designer.

“When I was a kid, my mother used to say, ‘Dana is going to be a fine artist,'” Eric Carver recalled.

“She’s just so unique.”

Dave Carvey said that while he loves jewelry, his most memorable experience was during the caravages.

“I really loved doing jewelry and I’ve always been very interested in fine art,” he said.

“I was a collector of art, but it was only when I was in my 70s that I really started to appreciate fine art.”

For more of Dave Carves work, check out his Instagram.DANNY CARVE, THE GREATEST SHAWN LOVECRAFTER, DANA CARVES: