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  1. #11
    Marc. I will be adding a makers mark to her. I mentioned it in the OP

    Thanks buddy!

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  2. #12
    SOLD Pending funds. Thanks KKF!!

    Blessing
    Randy

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  3. #13
    Some quick pictures of it now that its got a forced patina and makers mark and final edge.


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    Randy
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  4. #14
    This one is now SOLD and will be heading to its new home!! Thanks KKF!

    Blessings

    Inspired by God, Forged by Fire, Tempered by Water, Grounded by Earth, Guided by the spirit.. Randy Haas

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    love those spacers....nice to see a santoku getting some love here (not that I like them either ). Nice patina too. Care to give any hints for how you did that?
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  6. #16
    Beautiful patina, Randy. It looks like you did a background with mustard and then circles with steel wool?
    Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries. Now go away you silly man or I shall taunt you a second time!

  7. #17
    I got a pair of scales from Craig that I think mightve been from the same piece. Beeeautiful.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    love those spacers....nice to see a santoku getting some love here (not that I like them either ). Nice patina too. Care to give any hints for how you did that?
    Id be happy to share how I do the patina. First I heat the blade under the tap. Then when its still warm. I apply Mustard with in this case a basting brush. Swirling the mustard on both sides. After about 5 minutes I rinse under the hottest water my sink will give me. Then dry with a soft towel.

    Repeat steps until I am happy with the changes and colors., Apply a light coat of mineral oil.

    Nothin to it but to do it!
    Randy

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  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    I got a pair of scales from Craig that I think mightve been from the same piece. Beeeautiful.
    Indeed!!! Craig is very creative and makes some of the finest stabilized woods on the planet! just sayin. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by HHH Knives View Post
    Id be happy to share how I do the patina. First I heat the blade under the tap. Then when its still warm. I apply Mustard with in this case a basting brush. Swirling the mustard on both sides. After about 5 minutes I rinse under the hottest water my sink will give me. Then dry with a soft towel.

    Repeat steps until I am happy with the changes and colors., Apply a light coat of mineral oil.

    Nothin to it but to do it!
    Randy
    I've only done this once before and used mustard with....interesting...results. Will definitely have to give your approach a go. Thanks!
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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