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    Here is Dave's 300mm Martell O-1 sujihiki in dyed box elder burl scales, fiddleback maple bolster, with copper liners & pins.

    This was a tough one to shoot pictures of - it's too shiny.

    Thanks for your incredible patience with me Dave.

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    Man, that looks nice.

    Well done..

    Lars

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    Dave! You maniac. That looks KILLER! MAKE A 210!!!! :loll: Sorry did that seem threatening with the caps. Sorry....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Here is Dave's 300mm Martell O-1 sujihiki in dyed box elder burl scales, fiddleback maple bolster, with copper liners & pins.

    This was a tough one to shoot pictures of - it's too shiny.

    Thanks for your incredible patience with me Dave.

    Holy crap. That came out perfect. The fiddleback and copper go great with the dyed box elder. Easily in my top 5 favorite handles of yours Dave. Where did the box elder come from?
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Thanks guys!

    The box elder came from the customer, maybe he'll post where he got it as I'm not sure.

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    Loving the wood bolsters, and you know I love copper hardware!

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    Beautiful knife.
    I really like the copper with the wood.
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    great job!

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    Man thats ugly!


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    Yeah, that unnatural blue wood, all squiggly and no straight lines anywhere. Very un-German

    Stefan

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