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Hi All,

 

Here's a couple of knives I forged and finished over the last couple of weeks.

 

This is a knife that I really enjoyed making. It's closer to san-mai than Damascus at only 20 layers, but it yielded some interesting and beautiful results. Internally pinned & soldered bolsters with a Desert Ironwood handle and Bronze pins. 5.5" blade 5/16ths thick. 9 & 7/8ths overall.

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Here's a Big Bowie. 640 layer Damascus throughout. 11&1/8th inch blade, 16&7/8ths inches overall. 1/4" thick at ricasso. Elk handle.

 

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Here's an old pre-Journeyman's knife that I just sold. It was meant to look similar to the old Ames rifleman's knife.

 

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Have fun looking.

 

Cheers,

Fuad

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Fuad, those are some lovely looking blades. Thanks for sharing.

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WOW

i love the bold pattern in the first knife.....those low layer billets are just as attractive as the high layer , in there own way.

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The bolsters match really good, I mean at first look I thought it was an integral. The ironwood looks great. It looks good at 20 layers. The other 2 are also nice, I like the bottom one better. Jim

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Beautiful work, Fuad.

 

I really like the steel on the high layer count bowie.

 

Well done!

 

--Dave

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Nice work, Fuad. I really like the Ames. That's one that I've made a couple of times, but never as nice.

 

Geoff

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Fuad, those are some lovely looking blades. Thanks for sharing.

 

 

Thanks Bob.

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i love the bold pattern in the first knife.....those low layer billets are just as attractive as the high layer , in there own way.

 

Thanks Andrew,

 

Last week I forged a knife with 640 layers, and one with 20 and I'm really liking the 20 right now- Twisted Bladesmith brain I guess.

 

Cheers,

Fuad

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The bolsters match really good, I mean at first look I thought it was an integral. The ironwood looks great. It looks good at 20 layers. The other 2 are also nice, I like the bottom one better. Jim

 

 

Beautiful work, Fuad.

 

I really like the steel on the high layer count bowie.

 

Well done!

 

--Dave

 

 

Nice work, Fuad. I really like the Ames. That's one that I've made a couple of times, but never as nice.

 

Geoff

 

 

Thank You Very Much Jim, Dave, and Geoff. Don't get me wrong, high layer Damascus is stunning but the low layer stuff is very bold and I think that I like it enough to do more. I will revisit the Ames knife also.

 

Cheers,

Fuad

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Fuad --

 

I just noticed your signature quote.

 

Nice Jane reference. Firefly rocks.

 

Your stock just went up several notches in my book.

 

Grins,

 

--Dave

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Fuad --

 

I just noticed your signature quote.

 

Nice Jane reference. Firefly rocks.

 

Your stock just went up several notches in my book.

 

Grins,

 

--Dave

 

Jayne, the man they call Jayne

 

He robbed from the rich

And he gave to the poor

Stood up to the man

And gave him what for

Our love for him now

Ain't hard to explain

The hero of Canton

The man they call Jayne

 

Not a power in the 'verse can stop me.

 

Cheers,

Fuad

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Jihaa!

F. Accawi not that i realy like your Knives, now your an Firefly Fan too..yeeee

 

A pitti that its goon, but i have the DVD's. :rolleyes:

Edited by Lihan Hauk

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"Our Jane saw the bladesmiths backs breaking..

He saw the bladesmiths lament...... "

 

nahh ... doesnt quite work. ;)

pity.

 

I Really like the low count pattern on the first blade.

i especially like the fine texture of the etch on the closeup pic of the bolster .. :)

very spiffy

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"Our Jane saw the bladesmiths backs breaking..

He saw the bladesmiths lament...... "

 

nahh ... doesnt quite work. ;)

pity.

 

I Really like the low count pattern on the first blade.

i especially like the fine texture of the etch on the closeup pic of the bolster .. :)

very spiffy

 

"Our Jane saw the bladesmiths backs breaking..

He saw the bladesmiths lament...... "

 

"And he saw the purveyors takin'

every dollar and leavin' five cents.

So he said: "You can't do that to my people."

said "You can't crush them under your heel."

So Jayne strapped on his hat

and in 5 seconds flat

stole everythin' that purveyor had to steal. "

 

Who's next?

 

I saw your site Dee- fantastic work! Can you kill me with your brain?

 

Cheers,

Fuad

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Thanks, im really glad that you liked it. :)

 

Can you kill me with your brain?

i Wish i could ... well, not specifically kill you with my brain .. :D

most days i find it hard to do much with my brain .. tehehe

 

mind you, my fav was always Wash.

 

i took at look at your site.

very nice feel to your work.

right up my alley.

^_^

 

 

"Actually, I was fired....... from a fry-cook opportunity"

:D

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Awesome knifes Fuad!! I love the first one, well I love them all actually but the first is my favorite!

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Awesome knifes Fuad!! I love the first one, well I love them all actually but the first is my favorite!

Thank You very much Josh!

 

Cheers,

Fuad

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Looking good. The first one is indeed my favorite. Im itching to start doing some low layer stuff as soon as I get my new forge built in a week or two.

Great stuff!

Larry Sharp

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