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    When i first saw it i thought that i was looking at a toasted slice of bread

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    If it's fossilized, it's a rock, right? If so, I'd use it for some spacers. I wouldn't want it to crack at a buttcap or ferrule...
    While they call it fossil Ivory it is not a true fossil. Technically it is mineralized. Sanding is like bone or hard antler.
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    I was thinking about making a baby nook with it or a handle ferrule?????

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    Im in.

    Harald will do a handle of this and musk ox for my 160 feather gyuto.
    He will do a wip as well

    Here is a 200 version: http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...th-Jaw-Ferrule

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhoek View Post
    Wow! This is very generous of you sir. I'm in!

    All since I finished the full musk handle for Øivinds knife, I've been wondering on how to possibly top that one off as to the choice of materials. This wonderful piece could be just what I need to do that.

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    I'd likely pair it up with some Blackwood, or another natural material and do my own take on a vintage shaving brush, like an Ever-Ready, or Rubberset.
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    I'll use it on my first re-handle job.

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    I am going to put it in the cheese tasting tray and the local deli and see what sort of reaction people give when they bite into it.

    I don't know, looks more like garlic bread on my screen.

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    It looks EXACTLY like garlic bread on my iPhone! Hahaha
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    Looks like a baby parmesan cheese to me--complete with rind.

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    I would use it as an endcap or ferrule on my next custom knife.

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