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W2 and Ebony Yataghan cutter


Chris Moss

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hey everybody,

 

This is the knife i made to take to Blade show. It is the second like it i have made.

I have to say.. i cant take very good pictures.. and i cant capture the knife very well in them...

 

Specs:

16" oal

11" blade 1/4" at the widest point, distal tapered.

Phillip Patton damascus bolsters

carved ebony handle w/hidden pins

W2 blade steel, active hamon, parks #50 quenched

Hand rubbed polish to 2000 grit

 

I dont have a sheath for this knife, as i am a very poor sheath-maker, but i will include a padded case with the knife. (got it at the show!) i guess i dont need to say it is razor sharp.. (but i did) *grins*

 

I am asking SOLD$750SOLD for the knife. i prefer paypal, but can work with you if something else works better. Please email me if you are intrested at: Knifemaker87@gmail.com

 

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thanks for looking!

~Chris

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Hamons are a painting; blades are a canvas, clay is my paint, fire is my brush. the problem is.. i am still painting like Pablo Picasso.

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AWESOME! simply awesome! the whole package is amazing but the metal carving is what makes it pop it turned out even better than the last one.

 

i would like to see how one would look with dovetailed bolsters it just seems like the angles would really playnice on a blade like that.

 

Keep it up!

 

~~DJ

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Chris, By looking at your knives and the statement you said of not being able to make sheaths very well leads me to believe its more a lack of interest. Your knives make quite a statement and I'm sure you could do a sheath to match. I really enjoy seeing the progress you are making in this craft. In a better economy I'm sure this knife would be long gone!

Raymond Richard

www.hawknknives.com

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thanks guys...

i think the fact that i put it up for sale right after the blade show had something to do with it as well..

but thanks so much for looking and being intrested!

~Chris

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http://knifemaker87.googlepages.com/home

 

Hamons are a painting; blades are a canvas, clay is my paint, fire is my brush. the problem is.. i am still painting like Pablo Picasso.

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