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 Post subject: Re: Adam Marr's Work
PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 9:48 pm 
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It's been a productive few weeks, and I'm finally getting to have some time at a computer and a camera to post some finished stuff.

First up is a sujihiki I'm more or less finished with.

Handle is Redwood Burl and African Blackwood. Steel is 1080+....a carbon steel. Still need to sharpen it, add my etch, and attach the handle (actually still trying to decide between two handles)

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Next is a paring knife I finished a few weeks ago. Handle is Amboyna Burl. Steel is AEB-L.

Still needs sharpening and my etch. :)

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Next is one of those new, old stock Hiromoto White steel gyuto's that came up from JCK a while back. Had a western handle that wasn't done really well. So the existing western handle was removed and the tang shaped down to fit within a sweet Stefan Keller handle. I believe the handle is Kukui Nut and blonde buffalo horn ferrule/buttcap with a few spacers. Now it's one sweet knife. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Adam Marr's Work
PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 10:13 pm 
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Next up is a series of handles for CKTG.

First is a Hiromoto AS with dyed Redwood burl:

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Next is a Konosuke HD with a California Buckeye burl handle:

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Next is a Hiromoto AS 240mm gyuto with Spalted Maple handle:

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Next is a Hiromoto AS 240mm gyuto with Spalted Maple Burl handle:

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Last is a Hiromoto AS 240mm gyuto with Black Ash Burl handle:

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 Post subject: Re: Adam Marr's Work
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 Post subject: Re: Adam Marr's Work
PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:27 pm 
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Finally getting around to finishing some more rehandles.

First up is a petty with cross cut spalted maple handle and African blackwood ferrule:

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Next is a sujihiki with a dyed maple burl handle and African blackwood ferrule:

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Next is another petty with a walnut burl handle and African blackwood ferrule:

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Next is gyuto with a spalted maple burl handle and African blackwood ferrule:

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Next is gyuto with Redwood burl handle and African blackwood ferrule:

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Last of the wa handles is a maple burl handle and a black micarta ferrule:

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Next is a series of Hiromoto AS's all with koa handles.....the only exception is the petty which has added copper liners:

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 Post subject: Re: Adam Marr's Work
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You sure do beautiful work Adam.



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 Post subject: Re: Adam Marr's Work
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Nice work Adam, well done!



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 Post subject: Re: Adam Marr's Work
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Copper and KOA is my favorite combo. Well done!


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Very nice work Adam!



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 Post subject: Re: Adam Marr's Work
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This was a fun little project. Basically an attempt to convert the western handle of an Artifex into split wa with as little work as possible.

I think it turned out great. :)



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