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    Damascus spoons again

    Over the past year I have had a few inquiries about doing more damascus spoons. Since I did a spoon run about this time last year, I thought I would do it again this year. I have a few pics here of serving spoons and tasting spoons. I can do teaspoons and fork sets as well. I can also do the Gray Koontz spoons as well. I am also thinking about doing soup spoons too.
    Like with last year, a $100 deposit for a start on all spoons. Paypal to delbert@ealyknives.com
    Tasting spoons $200
    serving spoons $300
    Kuntz spoons $275
    personal spoon and fork sets $300
    soup spoons $175
    Thanks,
    Del

    If you have a spoon project other then those I have listed, please contact me and if it is at all possible for me I will do it.
    My objective is to have these completed before christmas.
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    Awe man, wish I knew this the other day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    Awe man, wish I knew this the other day.
    Sorry Shane, I did want to get this going a bit earlier than last year.
    Del

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    Np I just bought a Boardsmith board. Just wanting a Kuntz spoon, and my timing sux as usual. When are you expecting to start?
    Chewie's the man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    Np I just bought a Boardsmith board. Just wanting a Kuntz spoon, and my timing sux as usual. When are you expecting to start?
    I am hoping to have most of my current projects wrapped with a week or so, I expect to start around then. I wasn't planning on closing this one for awhile anyway.
    Just let me know when you can swing it, and I'll get you set up.
    Thanks,
    Del

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    What's a "Kuntz Spoon" ...sounds dirty...maybe you mean "Grey Kunz"...it could explain the higher cost though...
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    Just out of curiosity.... thinking about doing another run on these?

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    I'm in for a kunz spoon
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    Del,

    Are these spoons stainless and does the metal have any sort of odor to it? I may be interested in a kunz spoon.

    -Chuck

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