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Sam Ecroyd

First kitchen knife

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This has been a very slow project and, as per usual, has relied heavily on my good friend Mr. James Higson. I've learned an awful lot during the making of this piece and am by no means happy with the result, however I am very glad it's finally finished.

The blade is made of 4 bars of twisted 15N20 and EN42J, handle is olive and the stand is olive and neodymium magnets.

 

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I like it!  The handle standing proud of the blade is an interesting design choice, but it works somehow...

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All things considered, I like it.  The pattern is cool and the wood is gorgeous.  Like Alan said, the handle design isn't typical, but different isn't always bad.

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Excellent work. The handle is certainly atypical, but it looks ergonomic and comfortable to use. 

Nicely done. 

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I can attest to the fact that the wood looks even better in person and it is laser thin :)  Great work bro.

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Like that pattern, and different is cool..............B)

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