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Heres my latest one, a seax- tanto


Wrought iron back and W2 clay quenched edge. 10" blade 61/2" handle


Ebony handle with Wrought iron, copper and reindeer antler.



yet to make the sabbard (saya scabbard)

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The wrought is even better in real life! Looking forward to the sheath :)

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For the uptown Celtic Samurai! :)

Very nice!! Also love the WI and copper.

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That shot showing the ebony and the antler and the wrought and copper really does it for me, awesome!

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Beautiful. Nice nose dive on it, that worked out well.

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Way to up your game, James! Nice job. B)

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Yep! A very nice job! Love it! Beautifull handle!!!

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I like it! Those slightly rounded/raised spacers in the handle are nice. Most people don't appreciate how much more work they are that just epoxying the whole handle in rough blocks and shaping the entire stack on the belt grinder.

 

Well done..

 

Dave

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Looks good! I like the nose dive.

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I like it! Those slightly rounded/raised spacers in the handle are nice. Most people don't appreciate how much more work they are that just epoxying the whole handle in rough blocks and shaping the entire stack on the belt grinder.

 

Well done..

 

Dave

Cheers! glad to see you appreciate those hours of assembling, disassembling, filing and polishing!! :D

 

Nice work James. Is this the same one you showed us last weekend at Marcus's ?

 

Mick.

 

The very same!

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I like it. As Dave said, the handle is very good, and a good bit of effort. nice work.

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