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    Thanks guys


    @ Spike, I had maybe 2 others that came out similar so who knows?

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    Copper Carter & an Ashi Honyaki

    Carter (Pro?) sujihiki in purple dyed redwood scales with copper bolster (courtesy of Murray) and copper liners & copper corby bolts.

    Ashi Honyaki gyuto in spalted avacado scales, nickel silver bolts, and mosaic pin.












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    Last edited by Dave Martell; 05-11-2011 at 04:47 PM.

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    Both of those are lovely, but man do I really like that spalted avacado!
    - Sean

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    I forgot to mention that the spalted avocado came from Stefan.

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    the Carter is really nice, but that Honyaki is just gorgeous all around!

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    Very nice work, Dave. I like all of them and wouldn't be ashamed about any of them if it were in my knife block That spalted avocado was one of the biggest surprises I ever had with any wood. It looked totally grey and unattractive when I got it, so I had it sitting around for a year or longer before I even looked at it again. But I love how it comes out when it is finished. I have never seen anything like it again (and I don't have any left).

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    I forgot to mention that the spalted avocado came from Stefan.
    Oh I so knew it did. He always gets the good stuff.
    - Sean

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    Now that is a sweet handle.
    how was it working with the copper Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Potato42 View Post
    Oh I so knew it did. He always gets the good stuff.

    Yes he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    Now that is a sweet handle.
    how was it working with the copper Dave.

    It was different but not bad. The liner was kind of challenging in that it's so flexible in this thickness so drilling and cutting was fun plus getting the corners square was something new too. I had fun with it.

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