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Just wanted to share some of my recent work.

Feedback is much appreciated :D

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Just........WOW!

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Gorgeous!  I've been to Gothenburg before.  I'm not sure which I like better, your knives, or the "scenery" in the shopping district of your city in the springtime. ;)  Both are pretty amazing!

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Outstanding work! I will certainly use them for inspiration.

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Thought I had a favourite but then looked again and, no I can’t pick. Mind sharing some specs? Thanks.

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Love them all, and that stacked billet is a great mix of Asian and European styles...........B)

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Those are badass!

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Thank you guys for all the kind words.

Here are some specs (last pic where all three are shown):

290 mm suji wariha tetsu damascus (15n20/1095 and 01 as core steel) with koa, buffalo horn and copper/vulcan fibre spacers.

190 mm gyuto ladder damascus (15n20/1095) with koa, whalebone and copper/vulcan fibre spacers.

And finally a 250 mm gyuto composite damascus (15n20/1095) with koa, mammoth ivory and copper/vulcan fibre spacers.

Hera are some more pics of the knives. After heat treat and what the billet for the last knife looked like after forge welding the different sections.

 

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All three are stunning! Beautiful work. And there I was thinking my kitchen knives were looking good, damn,  back to school..

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Those are beautiful knives superbly executed what a pleasure to behold.

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Greg R wow I'm humbled by your comment. Thank you. 

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there is legitamently not 1 thing I would change about any of those. I can only hope to get somewhere close to your level someday

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