ironwood damascus and copper slicer

Discussion in 'Custom & Handmade Knives' started by butcher_block, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. butcher_block


    Dec 6, 2004
    fresh off the hones
    11.75 inch of 15n20 1084 and W2 random damascus just over and inch and a half tall at the heel. the blade is single bevel ground for right handers the back is lightly hollow ground one a platen that has an arch of a 4' wheel as is the front bevel making for a ultra slicer
    the handle is clean and simple ironwood and copper 6 inch in length and traditional WA octagonal style
    the knife over all is 18 and 3/8

    the knife is for sushi but can have the edge adjusted to make for a BBQ slicer (tho not to be bumped into bones )

    all comments welcome and other pictures can be taken and questions answered.


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  2. BenR.T.

    BenR.T. Tanto grinder & High performance blade peddler Moderator

    Apr 18, 2011
    That is lovely Butch, I really like the handle on that one.
  3. deker


    Nov 14, 2005
    Man Butch, you didn't tell me the Ironwood for this one was so nice! Damn fine work as always!

  4. butcher_block


    Dec 6, 2004
    if you got to pay good $ for wood i say spend a bit more and at least get a nice piece
  5. Burl Source

    Burl Source

    Dec 7, 2008
    Very nice knife Butch.
    I really like the copper with the ironwood.
    and...that damascus pattern looks like wood grain too!
    Way Cool!

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