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    Ealy damascus tasting spoon

    Del:

    Beautiful piece of art I am pleased to have. It will be used often.

    Thanks,

    Keith

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    great looking spoon Del!

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    Meet two of your cousins!

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    Fresh of the banana boat this afternoon. Now just need to decide which one goes to the wife for xmas, and which one ol' Santa here gets to keep for himself
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Neal View Post
    Del:

    Beautiful piece of art I am pleased to have. It will be used often.

    Thanks,

    Keith

    What is the total length of the spoon?

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    Taster = 9"

    Serving = 11-5/8"
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    Thx David.

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    David:

    It seems only fitting that our first taste with these should be Cinghiale.

    Keith
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Neal View Post
    David:

    It seems only fitting that our first taste with these should be Cinghiale.

    Keith
    Oh man, that is awesome!
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    My spoon came in today also. I got more of a standard handle but beefed up so it can handle all sorts of scooping chores to include ice cream. The length is just shy of 240mm.

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    I'm fairly well consumed with jealousy at this point. Congrats to all you spoon buyers! (Your model seems particularly practical K.)

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