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    moku-mai !
    Mokume clad laminated blades.
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    once the oyster knives and ss Damascus measuring cups/ spoons are done, I'd say perhaps a ss Damascus dough scraper.
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    How about a Damascus bane to keep your Damascus spoons in during service
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    Some cool ideas,
    I have thought about doing oyster knives more than once, but I was talked out of it. I don't remember the reasoning now, but I like the idea of doing them in ss Damascus. I think that would be the most practical.
    Mark,
    It's funny that you mention this, I have several times worked on a mokume mix of copper and iron. I got it to work once, but then failed several times. Maybe it's time to revisit my efforts there. If I add a steel core to the center, than may make a practical blade.
    David asked me some time ago if it would be possible to make a teaspoon and tablespoon measuring set. I think it's time I gave that a try. You always come up with some cool ideas. A dough scraper this time? Should be pretty straightforward.
    Salty,
    I'll take a look at the boning knife you mentioned, and I'll see what I can do.

    I'm certainly up for doing some more bottle openers as well.
    Kep them coming guys.
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    Damascus small offset spatula !!!! My all time fav tool during service. That would be BALLIN Del!!

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    Another vote for an Oyster Knife

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    Damascus Chinese cleaver!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crunchy View Post
    Damascus Chinese cleaver!
    I'm not in the market, but I was wondering if you had ever done one Del.
    Another vote for:
    Oyster
    Boning

    Maybe a breaking knife
    Serrated/Bread
    Scimitar
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    Damascus fish tweezers. +1 for single bevels! Your handle on a yanagi would be unreal.

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    What about (semi) stainless damascus chopsticks?

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