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Thank you much for the info; I appreciate it.
Is it the serpentine shape that makes it a "dolphin" lobster?
I don't own any very old knives, but I do have a good number of very old straight razors. On examples that date to the 19th century, shields are...
I'm a big fan of the Queen #46 wharncliffe penknife. They're 3 1/8 inches closed. Most of them were made with D2 steel. There's also a Dan Burke...
Okay, I'll give it a shot (pun intended). Just two entries for now.
Really gorgeous stuff, Eric. :thumbsup:
Ordered! Many thanks, Mike.
I'm in for one. Thanks!
Voted again for amboyna burl.
Voted for Amboyna burl. Though any of these slab choices will make for a fine knife.
Loving the look of those burled woods. My vote's going in that direction.
This is fantastic! Will be picking one of these up for sure.
Big thanks for even considering this, Mike.
I've got my fingers crossed for a swayback forum knife.
I would most definitely be onboard for a Viper swayback as the forum knife! Or a Lionsteel dom. As long as it has a straight edged blade, I'm in.
Thank goodness I'd decided at the beginning of this year that I wasn't going to buy any more carbon steel knives. Really takes the sting out of...
I'm definitely one for small blades. For the past year and change, I've been carrying nothing but a wharnie Pemberton.
Every now and then I like...
What do you call a counterfeit noodle?
I've never entered a giveaway before. But I've also never owned a Sheffield made knife.... Count me in for this one.
Have you heard about the...
This is great news, Eric. I can't wait to watch the Albers Cutlery Co take off!
@Ourorboros They got up and running. They put out a few knives in 2018 and a few more in 2019. Red Hill distributed most of them. Some others...