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some of the work form the past year


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a little paring knife forged form a swedish bahco wrench with bone scales and a simple mozaic pin.

about 9 cm long blade, 2 cm wide and about 2 mm thick with a tapper towards the tip.


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an outdoor knife forged form spring steel with elm scales.

i think that it was about 15 cm long blade, about 3 cm wide and 4 mm thick.


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a wharncliff smallish knife with holes made form same 15n20 steel. from memories i think that it was abou 8 cm long blade, about 3 cm wide and 3 mm thick.


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a ring knife forged form O2 steel with antler scales. the blade is about 9 cm long, 2 cm wide and 3 mm thick.


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a hunter forged form spring steel with some wood burl scales - i don't know what wood is it.

It has a a little bit over 9 cm long blade, 2,5 cm wide and 3.5 mm thickness at the juntion with the handle.


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a small paring knife made form D2 steel. the blade is 7,5 cm long, 2 cm wide and 1.8 mm thick and the handle is plum wood i thick.


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another utility knife made from D2 steel with bloddwood scales and carbon fiber pins.

the blade is 13 cm long, 2 cm wide and 2.5 mm thick.


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and a small utility knife forged from spring steel with mild steel bolsters and brushed oak.

the blade is about 7 cm long, 1.5 cm wide and 2.5 mm thick. the grind and polish was made only with files and stones.


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and the big brother made also from spring steel, forged to shape and dress up with files and stones. alittle bit bigger, the blades was about 9 cm long, 2 cm wide and it was 3 mm thick at the junction with the tang. blade is fitted in the handle with two wood dovels near the blade that was cut flush after they were push with a hammer.

handle was made from oak burnt and brushed.


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the profile of the blade:


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because the handle was burnt the dovels can't be seen, but they look like this:


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Some great looking stuff!

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much appreciated. thank you gentlemen for your words.

i discover that the oak is subappreciated and can be worked to give a lots of textures.

simple, brused, burnt and brused or finished with a clothed or used sandpaper at a high speed to achieve a caramel like colour.

 

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