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    Damascus for Sale

    .065 (1/16") x 2" x ~19" High Contrast Raindrop Damascus

    We made this material for a customer who didn't end up taking it. This is a size that we don't make a lot of. This material would be good for small pocket knives, kitchen knives, overlays on folder scales, and inlays and shields, etc. It has a nice, tight pattern throughout. These have about 125 layers of 1095 and Nickel.

    These are precision ground taken to 120 grit finish. These can be etched, heat-blued, or nitre-blued. It comes fully annealed and ready to work. We have several of these available. These are priced to sell at $200.00. If you were to custom order one of these from me, they would run over $300.00.

    PM or call for further information. 775-728-4363.

    Hoss

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    I love your raindrop Damascus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Furminati View Post
    I love your raindrop Damascus.
    Buy a piece and have martell make you a gyuto with it.
    La bonne cuisine est la base du véritable bonheur. -August Escoffier

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    That price is a ridiculous steal of a deal! If I weren't so broke, I would be all over this even though normally I'm too pansy to risk a water quench (I'm assuming canola oil is too slow for this). Beautiful...

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    Oil quench is fine for this material. 1/16 is thin, best for smaller knives. This is nice stuff.

    Hoss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godslayer View Post
    Buy a piece and have martell make you a gyuto with it.
    If it was 'bubble wrap' that's exactly what I would do, regardless of its effect on domestic tranquility.
    “Though I could not caution all, I still might warn a few; Don’t lend your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools.” Robert Hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinT View Post
    Oil quench is fine for this material. 1/16 is thin, best for smaller knives. This is nice stuff.

    Hoss
    New to customs...how small is small? What size custom can you make from this? TIA!


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