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    Chevron wa petty

    I just finished putting the final touches on my latest petty this morning , the missus has her eye on this one but it will be available on my table at the Perth Knife Show 2 & 3rd of February.

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    6 3/8" (160mm) blade of 1084/15N20 Chevron Damascus
    5 1/4" (135mm) handle with stabilized Spalted Sassafras between ringed Gidgee , copper & G10 spacers

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    As a complete package, that is a sensational looking knife! The pommel is something you don't expect to see on a chef's knife but it lifts it head and shoulders above the rest. Great work!

    Is the damascus of your own making?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnifeKnut View Post
    As a complete package, that is a sensational looking knife! The pommel is something you don't expect to see on a chef's knife but it lifts it head and shoulders above the rest. Great work!

    Is the damascus of your own making?
    thanks Mike , the pommel was a little bit of challenge with it being angled and getting the hidden securing pins lined up but it turned out really well.

    Yes i make all of the damascus used in my knives , after doing an advanced damascus course with Matt Brook down at Bruce Barnett's with Bill Burke a couple of years ago i have been bitten by the bug.

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