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Finished this one up a few months ago. Something I was keen to try forging out.

Specs are:
222x55mm
228g
I think the spine was around 2.8mm, with full distal taper.
Thin convex ground
Balance point just in front of the bolster

If I were going to be picky, I would have liked to have pushed the pattern up into the bolster a little better... Maybe next time...

Cheers
Brook
Siam Rosewood for the handle
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Damn that's a dramatic look (in a good way). Honestly I prefer the feather pattern staying more parallel to the blade rather than swerving way up to the neck. Add in pretty ideal specs and that looks like a keeper!
 
Damn that's a dramatic look (in a good way). Honestly I prefer the feather pattern staying more parallel to the blade rather than swerving way up to the neck. Add in pretty ideal specs and that looks like a keeper!
Thanks!
I still dig the way it looks. But from a technical forging aspect, it would have shown I can move the steel around exactly how i wanted it.
 
Beautiful, classy package, love the contrast of the red to that Damascus and the way the whole knife flows. Definitely functional art.
 
Holy mother of feather damascus! I dig this one - and I don’t even like damascus patterns a lot. Wow! The handle is a great match, too! Respect!

Was this a custom or did you make it for yourself?
 

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