Finished Petty-ish Handle

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mhenry

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I rarely offer finished handles, but I was making this for someone and it turned out kinda small, Hate to see a nice piece of Honduran Rosewood go to waste. There are a couple issues with this one hence the discount. There is a small void (see pic) it must have come out on the buffer, and a couple shiny spots where I used CA glue to fill voids.
16.8x21.60mm Ferrule (Buffalo Horn)
18.75x24.92mm Handle
136mm long

$140.00 mounted on your knife and returned in the conUS

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Lefty

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Great work, Mike! I love your butt bevels...what? Haha
 

apicius9

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Love the wood. And getting your butt shaped evenly like that takes some work...

Stefan
 

mhenry

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$120 mounted $100 delivered if you might want to mount it yourself
 

DoktaP

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I have a Masakage petty that would be ideal. Still available?
 

daveb

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Everytime I see this handle I inventory my petty's...
 

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Very happy to hear that. I hope the new owner enjoys it as much as I enjoy your handle on my Shig.
 
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