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Gary Mulkey

My Lineup of Mosaics for The Arkansas Show

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That's a jaw dropping line-up right there

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Dang!  :o   I had forgotten about a few of those!

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Very impressive collection of work!

Even with all the info you have shared on making each of those, I'd spend a whole year just making one of them half as good.

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There are going to be some very lucky people in Arkansas. Such a beautiful collection. thanks for sharing.  

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:o     Droooooooll....!!

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Wow! Like them all, especially the daggers...

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Yup. What they all said + dag nabbit, wish I could see them in person.

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The one on the far right is the stuff of dreams even though they are a beautiful

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Third from the right for me it would be I like the way the bog oak handle looks unless that’s not bog oak lol.

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11 minutes ago, AndrewB said:

Third from the right for me it would be I like the way the bog oak handle looks unless that’s not bog oak lol.

Thanks, Andrew.  The dagger handle is African blackwood.

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1 minute ago, Gary Mulkey said:

Thanks, Andrew.  The dagger handle is African blackwood.

Either way it looks nice.  Did you flop the pattern out when you welded the material together to get the darker part of the pattern on the inside of the blade?

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1 hour ago, AndrewB said:

Either way it looks nice.  Did you flop the pattern out when you welded the material together to get the darker part of the pattern on the inside of the blade?

The original billet only had 15N20 layers on one half of it.  The other half  was all 1080 layers.  After I had the "W" pattern welded, I flip-flopped every other tile when welding the final  billet.

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