The 'world's smallest engraver' Graham Short is putting on an exclusive show in Kelso.
Earning the tag for his miniature masterpieces, Graham has spent almost 50 years honing his craft, going to physical and mental extremes to produce among the highest-quality engravings in the world.
Among his best known work is 'The Lord's Prayer', engraved on the head of a gold pin, which is so small a microscope is required to see it.
He will be at Kelso's Art House Gallery from 1pm on Sunday 30th June.
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