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    Oh man! New projects = spoons????

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    You planning on selling the tweezers too? Could be an awesome stocking stuffer.
    These 3 are gone, and given how fast they went there will be another batch(yes before christmas)
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterm View Post
    Oh man! New projects = spoons????
    They are in the batters box.
    I have a few knives to make first.
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    finished and sold,
    However anyone interested in a pair should PM me so I know how many I should make for the next batch
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    Del, those turned out bad ass...I should expect nothing less from you

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    I really like those, too. Are these your standard O1/L6 damascus? I bet those will take an incredible edge just like the knives...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I really like those, too. Are these your standard O1/L6 damascus? I bet those will take an incredible edge just like the knives...

    These are my stainless damascus; AEB-L and 304. They are a bit softer than I do the knives.
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    Del you should make damascus moribashi also. That would be very cool .

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    Mokume moribashi in copper and silver. That would be awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    Mokume moribashi in copper and silver. That would be awesome.
    Do you really want to have oxidizing copper near food?

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