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    CPM 154 Carving Set

    So here is a set I just finished polishing.

    Knife is a 270 mm, CPM 154, @HRC 61-62, mirror finished

    Fork is a stock removal piece from 1/4" stock, again CPM 154 @ HRC 60

    Tines on the fork are faceted on the outside, round inside, handle scales for both pieces cut from the same block of Marks Oregon maple burl, so a perfect match.

    Thanks for looking, comments welcomed.





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    How hard was it to get that finish on this metal? Gorgeous set!

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    Sand papers from 120 to 1000, then polishing. Not easy, lots of elbow grease... I think its worth it for some pieces. This one will find its home in a higher end restaurant, to be used for carving at tableside.


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    How do you polish?

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    That's sexy.

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    Wow! Somebody definitely scored!

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    Really a beautiful set!

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    Looks great Pierre, I bet somebody is going to be really happy


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    Really, really nice work, Pierre.
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    Very nice.
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