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"Big Carver" Kitchen/Carving Knife

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  • "Big Carver" Kitchen/Carving Knife

    I just finished this piece up for a gentlemen just in time for Thanksgiving.



    This is a large, full-tang kitchen/carving knife with a blade of 400+ layer damascus done in a "raindrop" pattern. The blade has a 10" cutting edge, approx. 1 1/2" high (spine to edge) and 15" overall length with a flat spine and rounded thumb rest area. The bolsters are ball-bearing canister damascus with hidden pins. The handle scales are A-grade Desert Ironwood Burl done in a "palm swell" style secured with stainless steel handle bolts capped with tri-tone mosaic pins.

















    Thanks again.
    J. Neilson
    ABS Master Smith &
    Judge on History's "Forged in Fire"
    www.mountainhollow.net

  • #2
    Thats a beaut piece...stunning.
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    Originally posted by Linos
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    Originally posted by yingzhaoquan
    sweet blade. bet it cuts like a wild monkey wielding a razor blade
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    • #3
      Very nice, J
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      • #4
        where is the matching fork
        L R Harner (butch)
        www.harnerknives.com (still getting it all set up but its working)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by L R Harner View Post
          where is the matching fork
          He actually ordered a matching fork as soon as he saw the pix.

          Thanks guys.
          J. Neilson
          ABS Master Smith &
          Judge on History's "Forged in Fire"
          www.mountainhollow.net

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          • #6
            Well, as I mentioned, the gent who ordered the "Big Carver" asked me to make a Fork to match.... let me know what you think (I know my pix arenn't the best, really wish I was able to have Chuck Ward photo the pair).

















            So, how'd I do?
            J. Neilson
            ABS Master Smith &
            Judge on History's "Forged in Fire"
            www.mountainhollow.net

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