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    Now were talking that is a new favorite for me.

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    Thanks guys - you're too kind.

    I'll have to ask the customer about the maker on that, I'm getting curious myself.

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    I thought it was kind of weird.
    But I like weird so that was meant as a compliment.
    I like the way the black liner ties in with the blackline in the spalted piece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burl Source View Post
    I thought it was kind of weird. But I like weird so that was meant as a compliment.
    It wouldn't be my choice of materials, but the craftsmanship looks top notch and it is certainly unique looking.

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    yes that's a carbonext Dave.... the combination of those two woods and your execution make it looks "funky" .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Here's a short suji from an unknown (to me) maker in blue dyed redwood scales with a spalted spacer (wood from Burl Source), G10 liners/spacers, & mosaic/nickel silver pins.

    This was done to customer specs from a supplied drawing, I think I got it pretty close. This was a fun change of pace.


    A little late to the show, but...Hubba-hubba! Great work, Dave!

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    Here is Dan's 240mm Hiromoto AS gyuto that has had it's blade thinned & etched with a new buckeye burl handle installed.

    The etching came out very light on this one. I even etched it twice and got the same results. Once again I'm left saying that you never know what you'll get when you etch a Hiro.

    The thinning and handle came out nicely though and I think Dan should be happy with those aspects.


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    The etching doesn't look too light to me. Nice looking knife.

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