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  1. #21
    Here's a triple shot of nakiris with Stefan handles, all for the same owner. :smile1:
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    Looks like they came out o.k., thanks Dave, great job as usual.

    Stefan

  3. #23
    Great looking handles.

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  4. #24
    Here's 2 more freshly mounted Stefan handles for Nolan. *Note - It started to rain just as I was taking these so there's a few raindrops on the knives.
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    Very nice Dave - You know I couldn't resist wait to see them in person - I had to take a peek and glad I did.

    Thanks for the help in matching the handles to the knives Stefan - I can't wait to see them in person.

  6. #26
    I'm glad that you like them Nolan, it was my pleasure to do my small part.

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    Two stunning knives. Handles do make a difference, especially for the Carter.

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    The Carter handle combo is my favorite as well -

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    The way that he used the grain of the wood in that handle really works well.
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    Glad you like them, guys. I think the cleaver should be nice also, I like the slightly unregular koa grain and how it goes with the more rustic handle pattern.

    So, Dave, when are you doing the next ones, hurry up! (My own knives should be coming up soon and I am just as excited as everyone else ).

    Stefan

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