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My buddy Josh met a paleontologist and sharpened some of his tools here in Madison. Apparently the customer had a whold bunch of dinasaur bones. Anyone think it might be cool to have a 10 million year old taradactile fosil ferrule (stabilized and maybe dyed) on their knife?
Holy shit I do!!!!
We're going to talk to him and see what might be possible. I think mamouth tooth is a slam dunk at least so we'll work on this.
BTW Josh is our in house knife sharpener and he does good work. He's just launching his sharpening business full time after working as an executive chef at a local restaurant. I'm sure he'll pop on and add to this thread as we get updates and see what's available.
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I'd be in for some. Mammoth tooth or tusk especially. But any bone. Confirm if it is indeed fossil, as that would take special tooling to work. Mammoth produce is "frozen" so when the dig it up, its still natural. No mineral displacement like how fossils are formed.
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