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Dan Watson

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  1. Thanks for your input. Probably not the most thrilling part of knife making / selling, but it's the little things that sometimes play on the mind after everything is all done and dusted. Cheers, Dan
  2. G'day This is my first post on here, so g'day to everyone and I'm looking forward to getting to know a few other makers (most likely in this here digital realm I suppose). I thought I'd put a question out there, as to what other makers do for the packaging of their orders- primarily kitchen knives, or knives that aren't naturally parred with a sheath (such as hunting/camp/belt knives etc.) I've been making and selling chef and kitchen related knives on a semi full time basis for about a year now, and have flitted between making a wooden box, making a wooden scabbard or just some plain old cardboard.. While I know there is not necessarily a definitive answer, I would be interested to hear how other makers send off their knives, and whether anyone has any feedback as buyers of knives and what they like/dont like. Cheers, Dan
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