thanks for posting. very inspiring.
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In the old days when caps for teeth were made of gold, a friendcwho made them said there was a specialty vacuum they used to reclaim scap gold.
I still have those files you sent, Wolf. They've seen some use, they'll see more
Inspirational Wolfe. Could I ask how the inlays are secured in their pockets ? Internal screws , pushed in bezels , solder for the metal bits ?
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Simply jaw-dropping. Amazing work, I appreciate you taking the time to share your WIP pics.
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This is really amazing to see such a masterpiece come together.
Thank you for taking us along on your journey and for your time.
Your work and knives are impeccable.
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Stunning work Wolfe!! I appreciate the time you took to document and share your process. Thank you for sharing.
I don't see where you hide the makers mark, not that it's really needed. Your work is readily identifiable from across the street! I am sure it's on there somewhere, inside maybe?
Thanks for posting.
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