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    Another work of art has changed hands, and I just wanted to share some pics with the rest of the forum. It's a Masahiro M3 cleaver,and the wood is Brazilian cherry with brass furniture and a mosaic pin. I didn't have the chance to know you, but thanks, Greg!












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    Cool score Rick and thanks for posting the detailed pictures.

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    Unfortunately, I did not have the pleasure of doing business with this person, and I was curious on how much he charged for his custom work?

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    Unfortunately, I did not have the pleasure of doing business with this person, and I was curious on how much he charged for his custom work?
    Good question, I'd bet it's a lot less than those of us doing it today would charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Another work of art has changed hands, and I just wanted to share some pics with the rest of the forum. It's a Masahiro M3 cleaver,and the wood is Brazilian cherry with brass furniture and a mosaic pin. I didn't have the chance to know you, but thanks, Greg!











    Is that textured ferrule, on the tip side?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Is that textured ferrule, on the tip side?
    Marko, I looked at it, and picked at it with a dental probe. It appears to be some excess glue or epoxy. It does look a bit like texture, though.

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    I believe that I saw a picture of him using a homemade punch to make that texture. I don't remember exactly where, tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    I believe that I saw a picture of him using a homemade punch to make that texture. I don't remember exactly where, tho.
    Hmm. I wonder what it is I picked at? Sealer?

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    Prolly some glue too!
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    My camera's not the best, but I'll try to get a closer shot, with some different lighting.

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