Robert Burns Posted August 28, 2014 Share Posted August 28, 2014 Several months ago I was approached to do a limited edition line of chef's knives for a small company in New York. After much discussion of design they are almost done, all that remains is for the companies logo to be laser etched into the box lids and the logos (their's and mine to be put on the knives). While I was finishing these up I also made another 8 inch chef's knife for my sister as a present for her helping out with my upcoming wedding. All comments and criticisms welcome. Thanks for looking! Specs: Standard model - Overall length: 14 1/2 inches -Blade: 15n20 and 1095 -Handle: Stabilized black ash burl with stainless steel pins. "Executive"? Model: - Overall length: 14 1/2 inches -Blade: 15n20 and 1095 -Handle: Mastodon molar, ebony, and mosaic pins Boxes: Curly maple and curly Mahogany Chef's knife for my sister: Overall length: 14 1/2 inches Blade: W2 Handle: Mastodon molar, snakewood, ebony. Pins: copper tubing and stainless steel Robert http://www.wildernessironworks.org/http://www.facebook.com/WildernessIronworksRobert Burns Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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