Working In Ivory Warther Carvers Book
In the Amish countryside of east central Ohio there exist a rarity—two museums and a knife factory all bearing the name Warther. These are not typical small town history museums. They are dynamic exhibits of unique American art. Both museums and the cutlery facility are nationally known for their excellent craftsmanship.
This book tells the story of the two carver-artists, grandfather and grandson, and the man in the generation between them who developed the knife factory and is solely responsible for building the first museum that inspired the second.
The book is written humbly from David’s Christian perspective. He reminds the reader that the Warthers are minor artists, not major, but that there is nothing minor in following your true calling and doing your best.
100% of the money from book sales go to our non-profit museum. This intriguing book has 325 pages and 60 photographs.