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Blade pilgrims travel far to be taught in Riverton

Jul 8, 2012 By Emily Etheredge, Staff Writer

Marissa Saneholtz traveled all the way from Certaldo, Italy, to Riverton.

Not for a vacation. To make a knife.

The Ohio native teaches ...


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Galatea Kontos, left, Marissa Saneholtz and Meredith Tibjash collaborated in the Draper workshop to glue together parts of a folding knife. They came to Riverton from out of state to learn the craft. Photos by Emily Etheredge

Galatea Kontos, left, Marissa Saneholtz and Meredith Tibjash collaborated in the Draper workshop to glue together parts of a folding knife. They came to Riverton from out of state to learn the craft. Photos by Emily Etheredge


Galatea Kontos, left, Marissa Saneholtz and Meredith Tibjash collaborated in the Draper workshop to glue together parts of a folding knife. They came to Riverton from out of state to learn the craft. Photos by Emily Etheredge

Galatea Kontos, left, Marissa Saneholtz and Meredith Tibjash collaborated in the Draper workshop to glue together parts of a folding knife. They came to Riverton from out of state to learn the craft. Photos by Emily Etheredge

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