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some of the work from the begining of the year


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the last ones, forged from 5 mm spring steel stock, a little rustic, but i like the results :).

 

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an chef knife in rwl-34 steel 2,6 mm thick, 5 cm wide and 19 cm long blade with merbau scales.

 

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an higonokami with mill saw blade and stainless steel handle. about 7 cm long and 1,4 cm wide and 2 mm thick blade.

 

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an utility knife made from japanese san-mai with whitepapper steel on the edge, forged, and olive scales. about 9 cm long blade, 2,3 cm wide and 2,8-3 mm thick.

 

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a santoku chef knife in 12c27 stainless steel with micarta jandle. the blade is 19 cm long, 4 cm wide and 2,8 mm thick.

 

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a paring knife forged from 52100 bearing steel with accacia handle.

the blade is 12 cm long, 3 cm wide and 2,5 mm thick.

 

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a little one forged from a scarp piece of mystery steel with handle made from a pice of ivy with bone bolster.

 

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three utility lnioves made from D2 steel with micarta handle.

 

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one made from a piece of an axe - more exactly form the cutting age of the axe. is has 10 cm long, 2,7 cm wide and 6 mm thick at the junction with the handle and has a tapper towards the tip. the hndle is form chestnut.

 

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hope you like it.

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thank you. i collect wood :) for years (harvest my own, change different type of woods with a few friends and i am buying from time to time) and about a few moths ago i was cleaning in my stash and i made happy a few friends.

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I really like that higonokami. I love the hammered look and colors of that handle.

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