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Tiaan Burger

Two stilettos and a kitchen knife

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I have two stilettos which I have made in the past couple of months. the first has a vine climbing up a staircase ending in a flower with silver dot inlays. The second is a gargoyle perched on top of a staircase. both hand carved. The material is mild steel, as it does not need to hold an edge.

The third knife is a san-mai kitchen knife, a layer of 1070 and a layer of mild steel, with two-tone handle and storage scabbard.

All three are listed on my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/tiaanburgermetalart

Thank you for looking.

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Good to see you again, Tiaan!  And yes, excellent use of the Rubik's Cube twist!

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On 11/21/2017 at 8:22 PM, Alan Longmire said:

Good to see you again, Tiaan!  And yes, excellent use of the Rubik's Cube twist!

Yes, been a while since I last made anything worth posting here. Most of my time was taken up by carving, but I am now slowly getting back into the knife scene.

I actually managed to make an almost normal knife! (also listed on Etsy, https://www.etsy.com/shop/tiaanburgermetalart , I'll post more pics in the Show and Tell forum a bit later)

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You will see in my post on Show and Tell that I have started working on this little craft knife again. At first I deactivated the listing on Etsy, but this morning I decided to reactivate it. I'll post a new photo every day, and update the price according to my jobcard. For more info go to my Etsy listing

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