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    Hunter knife handle carving/inlay

    While I browsing some Russian handmade knives forums, I've discovered few really nice knives with inlay handles. So I started googling and found that article about hunter knife handle carving/inlaying. It's in Russian but pics speaks for themselves (warning LOTS of pics):
    http://www.knifehelp.net/pages/proce...ja/vsechka.php
    Unfortunately I couldn't find pictures of finished handle, but level of details and the amount of work are just amazing.

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    Wow pretty impressive work.

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    Beautiful and it makes me very happy to know that there are still true craftsmen out there.Hope he or she has an apprentice.

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    Wow, never knew it was that easy! I wonder if you can mail order a "do it yourself from home" kit from Franklin Mint?

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    I am very fond of the style wood carving like the handle on this knife.



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    That's some amazing craftsmanship right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    That's some amazing craftsmanship right there.
    wow! thanks for sharing.

    String inlay is really hard to do well with just basic scrolls. That's on another level. Super impressive.
    Wonder how many hours it took to pull off that kind of precision.

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    I am in aww of people with that kind of patience and ability to focus on such small intricate details. I personally would have set fire to the handle multiple times.

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    Thanks for sharing, that is some awesome work!

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    Help I can Not read Russian ! ! <Grins> Yet I can Droll over the Extremely Fine Craftsmanship you can do . Well done Brother !

    Sam

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