This first tenor features an 11" figured maple rim and neck, a Romero Belle Rose tonering, ebony fingerboard, cast bronze Romero 4-string tailpiece, cast bronze fan L-shoes, nickel-plated hardware, a mother-of-pearl inlay, and a Renaissance head.
This next 4-string banjo has a curly maple tenor neck, an 11" curly maple rim, a Whyte Ladie tonering, ebony fingerboard, Romero cast bronze large double-pointed L-shoes and a hard oil finish.
This 3rd tenor banjo picture below features a 12" black walnut rim with Honduran rosewood integral tone ring, a black walnut neck,ebony fingerboard, inlay design of white mother-of-pearl, cast bronze round L-shoes, and a hard oil finish.
As a bonus here are some pics of a J. Romero banjo-mandolin, with a Claro walnut neck with snakehead-style peghead, 10” ebonized cherry rim, Honduran rosewood tonering, hand-cut brass tailpiece, cast bronze square L-shoes, lightly aged raw brass and bronze hardware, custom inlay and a Fyberskin head.
These instruments are certainly works of art and I hope to become the owner of one in the not-too-distant future.