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    Critics Needed

    This handle is getting mixed reviews and I am looking for a few more opinions, you guys let me know what you think
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    Blackwood ferrule, mammoth ivory spacer, and amboyna burl with natural edge
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    That natural edge is definitley a great idea, never thought of it. Comes down to personal taste IMHO. I would see this more in a home environment than in a pro kitchen, but I do like te concept.

    Stefan

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    Pretty cool Mike! More art than function...+1 on home kitchen use.

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    As much as I like wany edges, I think that is just a bit too rough. If it was smoothed up some I think it would work better. For a working knife sharp points on the back end of the handle is problematical in my view.
    Otherwise, beautiful!
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    I am being completely honest when I say this, but I friggin LOVE it. I have a piece of maple with a similar end and I wish I knew how to do wa-handle so I could utilize it.

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    I love the handle,very cool Idea.....I wish I thought of it.I'll just have to steal the concept.

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    I love it!





    It is rounded right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    I love the handle,very cool Idea.....I wish I thought of it.I'll just have to steal the concept.
    Me too After all, many people borrowed ideas from me, and in the end we all only try to get anywhere near to what Fish did.

    Stefan

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    I think it is absolutely gorgeous, with that said I think if you sandblasted the back a little to round off the sharp points a little and clean out the valleys it will make the knife easier to clean and a lot safer in the kitchen. harder to clean pointy and jagged then smooth and rounded. i love the look and concept.

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    I think the natural end is a cool idea but the end result doesn't work so well for me. It gives me the feeling that the end of the handle broke off - my eye or my mind is still expecting to see a finished end to the handle.
    Len

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