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    Stainless damascus spoons Prebuy

    I have had a couple people request spoons lately and so I thought I would open it up to everyone.
    Kuntz spoon $300
    Roux spoon $300
    Tasting/bar spoon $200
    Teaspoon $180
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    I do have some material to get started with this, but I am low on one of the alloys and I am going to have to get some more.
    I am asking for a $100 deposit for each spoon via paypal to delbert@ealyknives.com
    I may entertain other ideas for spoons if they will fit my current dies. I have several sets of spoons dies, but it takes almost a week to make a new set.
    Thanks,
    Del
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    I'm in for another Kunz! Will paypal funds shortly.

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    Will likely PyPal on friday for either a teaspoon or another tasting spoon.

    Del's spoons are great!
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    I'll would love to get in on a kuntz spoon please

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    Del, this sounds very interesting. Since a long time I am looking for a slightly longer tee spoon that I want to use specially to fill tea bags. Could you let us know sizes of the spoons (length and bowl size). Which spoon would you suggest for the intended purpose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCMande View Post
    I'll would love to get in on a kuntz spoon please
    Send me a deposit when you can, but I have you on the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matus View Post
    Del, this sounds very interesting. Since a long time I am looking for a slightly longer tee spoon that I want to use specially to fill tea bags. Could you let us know sizes of the spoons (length and bowl size). Which spoon would you suggest for the intended purpose?
    The tasting/bar spoon that I do is a teaspoon with a longer handle. The standard teaspoons I do are 7 inches(approximately) overall. The tasting spoons are 12 inches overall. Will that work for you, or would something in between those 2 sizes be better? Please let me know and I'll be happy to make one for you.
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    Thank you Del, 7 inch would be just about the right length for the job. I would have a few more questions, but will take those to PM since they are rather specific and I do not want to steer the thread from its main topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matus View Post
    Thank you Del, 7 inch would be just about the right length for the job. I would have a few more questions, but will take those to PM since they are rather specific and I do not want to steer the thread from its main topic.
    Sounds fine, I'll be happy to work with you on this.
    Del
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    Deposit sent for another tasting spoon. These things are very versatile!
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