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Recently I had the privilege of working on a wedding cake knife. The bride and groom were over and I let them work as well and taught them the best I could. Due to time restrictions we decided to make a simple knife with really good materials. Once again sorry for the poor camera skills

 

115 layer 1084/15n20

redwood handle- the chatoyance is really nice if you saw it in person

mosaic pins

 

 

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That is sweet! I actually am about to do the same for a bride and groom, both great friends of mine. Should be fun! And I know what you mean about redwood. The chatoyance is impressive.

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That thing is awesome. Gorgeous wood, excellent pattern on the steel.

 

 

 

Where's the cake?

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That is a very beautiful knife

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Thanks guys! Good luck with your project Austin, we had a blast doing this! I am good friends with the bride. The groom and I were sort of friends before doing this and now we are really good friends! Funny what picking up a hammer and hitting hot metal can do :)

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