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Hello everybody

This is my last one , O1 and 15N20

7 bar turkish twist

and the leather is don by a frend of my Gustaaf Van Bellingen,

Dirk

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Wonderful work with the damascus steel and handle. Is that amboyna burl you're using for the handle material?

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Wonderful work with the damascus steel and handle. Is that amboyna burl you're using for the handle material?

Hello Mr Peterson,

The name of the tree in wich the handel is cut I do not know the englisch name but it is a tree on who grow nuts and the wood comes from Turky it is verry butiful wood normaly it was for making rifels for hunting, it is not sabilized but treated with oil

I hope you are abel to understand sorry for my poor englisch

Dirk

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Two words for that knife;

Kil - Ler

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Nice work!! blade and handle go well with each other. Nice pattern on the steel. Wood is great!!

 

Sheath shows some very talented leather work. I would like to see more of yours and your friends leather work.

 

English is fine.

 

chuck

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you got mad skillz.. thanks for sharing. :)

 

chris.

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Wow...the blade, grip material, and sheath are all sweet! Good work all-around.

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Very Nice! I like everything about it!

 

Shawn

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Very nice knife!

 

Turkish twist and turkish walnut, good combination.

 

Cyrus

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great work Dirk and Gustaaf!

nice combination too!

 

who's this "Harmony " that did the pictures ?

it couls be great to have him/her in Gembloux...

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great work Dirk and Gustaaf!

nice combination too!

 

who's this "Harmony " that did the pictures ?

it couls be great to have him/her in Gembloux...

 

Hello Jacques ,

Nice jou like the knife and the sheet,

harmony is the internet name of my girlfreand , she dous the pictures , I am shore sei would take somme fhoto's for you on the knife show in Gembloux send me a mail

Dirk

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Love the handle and sheath... I'm personally not a fan of damascus, though... I know, it's a sin! Great work, though! Beautiful results!

 

~Allyson

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Hello everybody ,

I am surpised so many off you like my work !

If anybody comes tou Europ stop by my shop ! we will have a few Belgian beer and be welcom

in the month of march I organise a hammer-in ...........

thank you all for answering

Dirk

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Hello everybody ,

I am surpised so many off you like my work !

If anybody comes tou Europ stop by my shop ! we will have a few Belgian beer and be welcom

in the month of march I organise a hammer-in ...........

thank you all for answering

Dirk

 

Dirk,

 

That is a amazing piece of work. I look forward to seeing more of your knives.

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Hi Athanor,

Thanks for showing my work to people living on the other side of the ocean.

VBG

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hey friends !

 

nice to meet you both on this forum!

I knew it yet for Dirk, but you :)

very nice work G...:)

how was it in Nontron ???????

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Very nice, Dirk. You need to come to Gembloux this year even if it is as a visitor.

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Very nice, Dirk. You need to come to Gembloux this year even if it is as a visitor.

I a

 

I will be there, and we will have a couppel of beers together......

looking forword to meet again

Dirk

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Oh Hello jdm61,

I like what I saw at the JM forge site!

I could learn a lot from those people about leathercraft.

I'll be in Gembloux since I'm a member of the BKS and I look forward to see that work.

Great job,the knives and the sheats.

Respect.

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