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    Etched & Spalted handle


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    Nice work Keith! Spalted tamarind?
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    Very cool Keith👍

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    Nice matching of blade and handle Keith
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    nnneeed mmoar piccturez

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    Yes Chef Spalted Tamarind

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    Etching really brings out the beautiful damascus...what's the knife?
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    Jantz Damascus without bolster. Stepan has the Bolster model liked the grind better than a shun. Wanted to try recessing the front of scales for pinch grip.

    33 layers of 410 over a core of VG-10. Thought the spalting kind of goes with the Damascus. Etching made it pop.

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    Looks great!
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