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Beau Nidle

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Two sets of steak knives. The first set were ordered by a customer, the second pair I did from the leftovers for myself just for the hell of it. The blades aren't glued in yet on the last two.

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Beau Nidle

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Custom order finished up. Feels nice in the hand. 870 layers, 255mm, 55mm tall, 240 grams weight. 3.2mm thick at the handle, 2.9mm above the heel, 2.2mm midway, 0.75mm at 1cm from the tip.

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That's a nice looking piece of steel. Did you fold the steel yourself, or do you just find a billet that's already been folded? Sankewood is so beautiful, but man is it expensive! Lovely knife my friend.
 

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That's a nice looking piece of steel. Did you fold the steel yourself, or do you just find a billet that's already been folded? Sankewood is so beautiful, but man is it expensive! Lovely knife my friend.
Thank you! On the knife in the latest pic I made the damascus myself. I haven't seen anyone selling damascus in layer counts above 400 so there's really no other option. The previous pieces are stainless damascus from Damasteel in Sweden. I make all my own carbon damascus, but not stainless.
 

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