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    Ok, a pair of pairing knives paired...

    First, a 4 1/2" sheepsfoot blade of CPM 154, 416 stainless bolsters
    Stabilized maple burl scales with mosaic pins
    black and white vulcanized fiber spacers
    and just to be a pita to myself, I mortised them.



    Second, a 4" blade, traditionaly shaped
    same construction as above, but with Honduran Rosewood.


    And the pair of parers paired...



    Thanks for looking, hope you enjoy them!!


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    Beautiful, both of them. I love Hond. rosewood, and the shape is more what I am used to, so this would be my personal preference, but the redwood one is also excellent.

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    Pierre,

    That second one in rosewood is stunning.

    Rick

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    Oh man they're nice, I love the liners!

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    Glad you like 'em!! The liners are a chore, but worth it. It's tedious when they are so small, not quite the same as a 300 suji!


    Feel free to visit my website, http://www.rodrigueknives.com
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    wow!

    To late to go western on my parer and petty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    wow!

    To late to go western on my parer and petty?
    Never too late, Øyvind. Pierre will make you another pair with western handles....in six months or so... Moaaaahahahahaaaa

    DarkHOeK

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    The origional 3 blades are ground, and HTed. So, hard to change now. But if you want to change PT me and we can talk.


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    You got some real lookers there, Pierre
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    Pierre: stick to the plan on the first batch
    Hopefully they turned out like we wanted

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