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    This one is for Son. The wood really has an iridescence that doesn't show in the image.
    Spike C
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    This one is for Son. The wood really has an iridescence that doesn't show in the image.
    Thanks, Spike I love the redwood reminds me of Coos Bay. cool knife can't wait.

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    I hope Marko makes it with my other burl source this month. If this wins, the price will go to darkhoek
    And yeah, I have a piece in the making a darkhoek. Just need a blade :P

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    Some ringed gingee......I am glad I snagged that block

  5. #15
    very attractive handle. looks comfortable too.
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgraypots View Post

    both came from burl source.
    What are the woods?

    All posts need to identify the wood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burl Source View Post
    To start things out I will make an entry for Michael Rader with a knife he sent me a photo of. The handle is an unusual type of Koa I had.

    Ah, I see Michael has modified his blade profile somewhat. Nice.

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    maple.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mano View Post
    What are the woods?

    All posts need to identify the wood!
    Both are made from unstabeilized maple. After shaping on a bench grinder, I hand sanded up to 400 grit, soaked in linseed oil, then buffed with a cloth loaded with white rouge.
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post

    I hope Marko makes it with my other burl source this month. If this wins, the price will go to darkhoek
    And yeah, I have a piece in the making a darkhoek. Just need a blade :P
    The wood is Burl Source dyed Maple burl with musk ox horn ferrule.

    DarKHOeK

  10. #20
    Does this have to be kitchen knives?
    I don't have any kitchen stuff finished until after Ashokan...So i will show this instead.



    As Mark called it....Mutant Redwood Burl!

    Mike

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