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    A little french flair...

    This one is reminiscent of the Sabitier chef knife, the bolster is tucked closer to the handle, so no issues with stones.

    Specs:

    50mm high at the heel

    250mm cutting edge

    2.5mm spine at the bolster

    1.5mm mid spine

    .8mm 1 inch from the tip, give or take of course...

    CPM 154 @ hrc 62, very slightly convex ground hand rubbed finish

    Nickel/silver bolsters

    3/16" hidden pins, and a simple center mosaic

    Scales are cocobolo

    Hope you like it!!

    Pierre




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    Very nice, Pierre, I really like that cocobolo.

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    Awesome work again!
    Loving the sleek look of the blade!
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    Looks great -- nice blade profile!
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    240mm Western Chef

    CPM154 @ HRC 61-62, Mokume Gane bolster, black vulcanized fiber spacers, center mosaic pin, exhibition desert ironwood burl scales.






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    :biggrin2:
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    Ut-oh, there is an irregularity in the line just below the bolster!
    Spike C
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    Already got it! But thanks!


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    I think that must be one of the most perfect westerns i've ever seen. The profile, the mokume bolster, the ironwood, simply stunning. Everything about it seems just perfect.

    I think i need to start saving my pennies.

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