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    Go for it Del!

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    Being a geologist, I know that chunk of meteorite was not cheap unless your client found it.

    This should be an interesting of set of cutlery

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    looking forward to seeing WIP post!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bear1889 View Post
    Being a geologist, I know that chunk of meteorite was not cheap unless your client found it.

    This should be an interesting of set of cutlery
    No it wasn't and I have a sister piece of similar size.

    this will be a WIP, with fairly regular updates.
    In fact I should have some more pics later tonight, if I can get them posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert Ealy View Post
    No it's Campo de Cielo, haven't had any Gibeon for awhile, it's gotten a bit pricey. Of course none of this stuff is cheap.
    Del
    Okay, so it wasn't just me. I was looking at bolster/buttcap size slices of Gibeon last night and they seemed like they had gotten REALLY expensive. I hadn't priced them in a couple of years, mind you.

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    This was too good of an opportunity to pass up ...

    Last edited by ecchef; 12-14-2012 at 04:57 AM.
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    I can't wait to see the WIP on this one, im really excited. good luck Del

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    here are some more pics, me turning the meteorite into a bar I can add to the damascus.

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    some of the pics I took twice, with flash and without
    Thanks,
    Del

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    I cannot wait to see how my knives turn out!

    Also, No meteorite Damascus thread is complete without the Joe dirt reference. that you EC!

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