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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by ea42, Sep 19, 2020.
Beautiful knives eric, I am really digging the blue acrylic!
P.S. also love the nail nicks.
Eric, those look absolutely fantastic… shield pin and all! Now I’m just hoping that I’ll be able to drop an Albers Cut. Co. in my pocket some day soon!
Eric, you are going to need to make a ton of knives to please this crowd!
" Lolly Scramble ".
Eric, forgive me being late to the Party, but as Charlie said, the right guy behind the Wheel!, I am glad that such a array of skillsets all rolled into one of which you possess is not being wasted and will continue to produce such great quality, we all in the Knife World are better off for this- as well as the Knife collector in the future too!
Those Knives look Great, any one of us wouldnt blink an Eye Lid at that Pin, in fact- as you say, a great marker of I.D'ing an early one!
This is great news, looking forward to owning one - one day I have the feeling these will sell like hot Cakes Eric.
I am in ,beautiful work .Tom
I am interested in an ebony if they are still available.
PM me for information.
Beautiful work, Eric. I’m looking forward to checking out your new website.
Congrats, Eric, I'm hoping for a long-lived and successful venture! The visible shield pins look great . . . no change needed.
Great looking knives and best of luck in your new endeavor !
Oh man, such a nice surprise to see this weekend! Fantastic job all around. While not a big fan of nail nicks or clips, I’m so super stoked for your new endeavor! These all look fantastic!
@waverave check these out man. Something to get excited about!
I am officially excited Congratulations Eric! @ea42
Besides the fact that these are beautiful, and the fact that I know Eric's craftsmanship is top notch, I'm excited about the prospect of a Boys Knife (which are meant to be users) that is stainless steel.
Nice work Eric!!!
Woo, pretty excited to see this happening, Eric!
Thanks for the kind words everyone, I really appreciate it!!! It's been an incredible amount of work getting to this point but seeing the final product finally come to fruition definitely makes it all worthwhile. This is going to be more of an artisan venture rather than a large scale operation where hundreds of knives are dumped at once. I'll be working more on a trickle but it should be a steady trickle so don't get discouraged if you miss out on a knife, there should be plenty more down the road.
Eric, congrats and best wishes, these look amazing. Terdl76 shares the pictures and they are just awesome.
If any of the original 15 are still available (jigged bone and bubinga would be preferred) let me know!!
These look wonderful Eric. Glad to see you are keeping busy. Keep up the great the great work!