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    I like the row of knife blanks hanging on the wall. A constant reminder of time limitations in life.

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    Jim, thats the little one, the big one was 10 7/8" and 11' around the base nice 6 X 7

    Mr dinky, yes there are no end to the reminders of time limitations!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Potato42 View Post
    Those look like Craig Stevens to me. The first piece is spalted something The second looks kinda like a crazy piece of spalted maple burl I got from Craig on time, though it's probably something else. The third is buckeye burl, and the fourth is some sweet rosewood burl. Nice wood!
    What is his ebay name?

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    craigstevensstudio

    He has some of the very nicest wood I've ever seen. If you want to go on a drunken spending spree one night, "accidentally" buying a bunch of pieces from him is money well spent IMO

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    I've never had issues with anything I got from him. Highly recomended.


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    I read all the way back to the beggining of the thread and man those are looking good! I want to hear about and see more of that cleaver you have cooking. Is it damascus too?:biggrin2:

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    Hmmm, a damascus cleaver, great, another idea... Thanks a lot! The cleaver is CPM154, thin straight taper from spine to edge, and a full distal taper front to back, really slight belly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    Hmmm, a damascus cleaver, great, another idea... Thanks a lot! The cleaver is CPM154, thin straight taper from spine to edge, and a full distal taper front to back, really slight belly.
    Sounds like a perfect recipe for a great slicing cleaver.

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    And I looked at his ebay store and already have 3 bids in. I looked through his completed auction too. He has some seriously nice and unique stuff. Hopefully I will end up with a piece!

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    I don't want to clutter up and get Pierre's thread even more off topic again, but have a look at the couple of pictures I posted In the "First Japanese knife" thread. B&W Ebony from craig stevens on a Hiromoto AS. They were enormously expensive scales... thank god they fit.

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