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    Single bevel custom.

    Here are a few sneak peak photos of one I am working on!
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    coupe of pictures I was trying to capture the chatoance or the way the steel reflected light differently depending on the angle you look at it. Sorta like curly maple or Koa. how it changes as you move the steel. Its not a easy thing to see in a photo. and it doesn't show up here as well either. Yet this stuff has it in spades!
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    what the heck kind of handle is that...that is awesome!

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    Looks sexy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoqaVin View Post
    what the heck kind of handle is that...that is awesome!
    Thank is Malachite for the ferrule and musk ox horn for the main part!

    Very awesome combination. and Damn to they look good together.

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    Damascus by HHH Knives, Handle materials are malachite and musk ox horn. Copper fittings.

    SLICER!!!


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    Dare I ask if this is spoken for or the specs?
    Have a knife day!

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    I can give you the specs. But I have to tell ya. Its spoken for.

    This beautiful slicer is approx. 400mm long with a blade approx 260mm and approx 34mm tall at the heel.
    The spine thickness starts out around 3mm and tapers to just under 1mm where the spine drop to the tip. Which is aprox 1" behind the tip. at the tip its CRAZY thin.

    The handle is Malachite and musk ox horn with a black G-10 spacer and liner. Copper fittings and 2 mosaic pins. rounded spine and relieved choil. and will come in a low profile presentation box that's practical for storing in a drawer yet beautiful enough to be displayed proudly on the counter.

    Thanks for checking this one out. I am again taking orders.

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    !!!!! SICK !!!!!

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    Randy, that's an awesome blade!
    To tell the truth not always do I like the looks of your knives. But this one is very stylish with mind blowing distal taper. There's no need for slicer in my home kitchen, but these pictures makes me want to buy such knife just for the craftsmanship and looks. Top class work, Randy!

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