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    time for stainless damascus spoons

    I have received a few requests for stainless Damascus spoons, so I am going to do a batch.
    I have a few pics here of serving spoons and tasting spoons. I can do teaspoons and fork sets as well. I can also do the Gray Koontz spoons as well. I am also thinking about doing soup spoons too.
    Like with last year, a $100 deposit for a start on all spoons. Paypal to delbert@ealyknives.com
    Tasting spoons $200
    serving spoons $300
    Kuntz spoons $275
    personal spoon and fork sets $300
    soup spoons $175
    Roux spoons $300
    Teaspoon and tablespoon measuring spoon set(2 spoons) $??? to be determined
    I am open to other ideas for spoons as well

    Thanks,
    Del

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    Del -- you know I am in for the teaspoon and tablespoon. Will PayPal $.
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    I am in for a Kunz spoon!

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    good lord i want one....

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    Certainly in for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert Ealy View Post
    It allows for a longer handle, the die is only for forming the bowl.
    Is it mainly in the handle that you would like the springiness? I may be able to work that into the process.
    Thanks,
    Del
    Is this still doable?
    Also are you doing the same stainless mix as the last batches?

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    omg they just look amazing love the damascus fell in the spoons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Niloc View Post
    Is this still doable?
    Also are you doing the same stainless mix as the last batches?
    I am using the same mix, although I have added a few new tricks to my bag that may make for better contrast.
    And I should be able to make the handles with more spring.
    Del

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    Hi Del,

    Are you still accepting orders for this batch of spoons?

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