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    very nice Dave!
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    Looks great! The pink lingers are a nice touch. Kudos to you and Jon and Sara for the charitable work.

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    Nice collaboration for a good cause.

    Pretty handle, Dave.

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    I neglected to mention that Jim is the force behind us contributing. He's the admin over at B&B and plays a big role in putting on this auction. He got Jon and I together on this - kudos to Jim!

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    Beautiful work Dave.
    Very nice and clean.
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    Good job guys!

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    I am not sure if these guys are noticing your eye for detail on this handle.
    It is shaped and finished nicely.
    But what may have been overlooked is that the grain on the spine and sides follow the profile of the handle perfectly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burl Source View Post
    I am not sure if these guys are noticing your eye for detail on this handle.
    It is shaped and finished nicely.
    But what may have been overlooked is that the grain on the spine and sides follow the profile of the handle perfectly.

    Ehhh....dumb luck

  10. #400
    This knife is being auctioned off right now at Badger & Blade. 100% of all money raised is donated directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. See http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthr...60#post4508360 to place a bid.



    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    I finished this one up today, it's for a breast cancer charity auction that's being held at Badger & Blade in few days time. Jon & Sara donated the knife and I did the rehandle and sharpening.

    The knife is a 180mm Gahoujin stainless santoku, the scales are English Sycamore, we used pink G10 liners, and mosaic pins.

    I like this little knife and I can see this being a good choice for some folks. Here's how it came to me from Jon....





    Here it is after rehandling....














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