• Image of Modified JG Russell Nickel Plated Shader

J.G. Russell tattooed in Pittsburg Pennsylvania in the 1930's and 1940's. This frame design is based on a pattern made in a foundry there. His frames were a favorite of Cap Colemans to rebuild to use for shaders. In that same spirit Scott has created a unique workhorse that will deliver for years to come.

Scott Says:

"This machine is one of his best color packing & whip shading machines he has built but wouldn't be his first choice for black and gray work."

Specifics:

Malleable Iron Frame
hand cut springs
silver contact screw and contact point

Each Sterling tattoo machine is run for 2 or 3 days to break it in and personally used to tattoo on various body parts to ensure his highest level of quality.

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