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    neck knives in damascus

    Here are a few neck knives I am working on, they still need an epoxy wash to finish the handle, and sheaths(my leather supplier is running behind)
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    Laminated metals specialist, Kitchen knife and gadget maker
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    Yowza! Those are some beeyoutiful blades, Hoss!
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    I like them del and like how you keep the same style grind

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    love love love those dammy patterns!
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    Thanks Guys,
    These and more will be available when I get some sheaths done.
    There are a few more with other damascus patterns as well.
    I adjusted my lighting setup today and it really made a difference in my pics.
    Thanks,
    Del

    Laminated metals specialist, Kitchen knife and gadget maker
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    I will take mine as soon as the sheaths are done :P

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    I like the basic (rustic) shape of the knives. Very well done....and beautiful patterns in the steel.

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    I just want to say That I've been communicating a good bit with Del recently about his fine knives and I don't think he could be any easier to communicate with. Definitely a great quality for a custom knifemaker. Thanks Del
    - Sean

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    Thanks Sean, I try.
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    "Build a man a fire and he will be warm for a day, set a man on fire and he will be warm for the rest of his life"

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