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    lol is that a Kramer D-handle on the fork? Looking good!!
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    Really eye catching set, loving the suji of yours I have, is a carving machine

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    Will, what is LN?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tgraypots View Post
    Will, what is LN?
    I believe it is liquid nitrogen.

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    Thats right Liquid Nitrogen, doesn't generally do much for carbon steels I don't think, its there for the stainless 14c28n, where it does make a big difference. Also I sometimes like deep frozen cherries on my lunch break. Mmm they stick to your lips
    Yes certainly a Kramer influence in the handles. The Knife is a "diamond D" and the Fork is more octagonal on the sides with a bit more girth to fill the hand with a side grip and stop it twisting. I delivered these today. They were blown away with them. They will be presented as a present to their Father on his birthday tomorrow. I got some brief pics this morning. I'll pop them in my Gallery in a bit.

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    killer stuff!

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    That fork is mind-numbing awesome as is the knife...I'm in awe as usual.

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    Thanks Fellas. The Forks are so fun to forge, an utter Pita to hand finish

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    That set is brilliant. Reminds me in the best possible way of a set of knives that Devin Thomas made for a forum member who designed his website awhile back. Both yours and his look to me to sit right at the apex where art meets function. Nice work!

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    Thank you very much, thats quite a compliment.

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