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I made this for a friend who does civil war reenactments so it had to look 1860's style

fork & spoon and knife are made from some HHH damascus i'll make the sheath case for it by the weekend just wanted to show you all i still need to pin the knife handle but all in all its done. Darci helped sand some but trying to get a 15y/o filly to do anything these

days is hard LOL

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LOL now that i look at the knife the guard is backwards glad i didn't glue the handle yet the bottom curve should be

backwards LOL when God said brains i thought he said rain and ran in the house LOL.now its right

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Clint,

"LOL now that i look at the knife the guard is backwards glad i didn't glue the handle yet the bottom curve should be

backwards LOL when God said brains i thought he said rain and ran in the house LOL.now its right"

 

And I thought you were just playing with my simple little mind. :rolleyes: Nice work. Wade

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This spoon fork and knife set is 500 layers of 1084,15n20 the line in this set are tight

the pic's don't show all the lines

there just too tight , i forged the knife some but with the lines being so tight i wanted

to grind the knife more to show the

lines inside the billet , i'm making 5 set for a civil war reenactment coming up in nov.

 

 

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