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Wow Eric, some fantastic cutlery you have engineered there my friend. They all look spot on. Looking forward to these.
Kick myself now, I never picked up the smooth bone version. So Aramis is still missing.
Yes Jack, a Rendezvous special. Ten pieces made of various blade configurations. This one maybe 1 of 2 or 3 made.
The Forth Musketer.
Thank you for the information on J Nowill & Sons. Good to know! I will take a closer look at the weekend on the handles, hopefully be able to make...
Thank you Jack! Fine here and keeping in good spirits, hope you are much the same. The covers something I have not found out exactly. They look...
Yes Thank you Ron, doing good here! Hope you are doing fine in these very strange times.
Tad late though. Happy Birthday Ron!
Queen Cutlery Drake Well Barlow. 1972
Sorry to here about this Jack, but totally understand your decision! I started off strong viewing the pages, but fell off later down the line with...
There is something special about the A Wright knives, good bad or indifferent! I have a varying group of their knives, some are better than others...
Sure hope not Charlie, fingers crossed heh?
Agree to a point, and yes they do wear I have seen this also I just don't think they should be like that new. That edge on the tang is subjected...
I may of missed it if someone has mentioned this before. Not a fan of the way the tang has been chamfered at the corner where it hits the...
This is very sad to hear of Richards passing. Talking to him on the phone only last week regarding his latest run of knives. Prayers And thoughts...
Anytime, no problem! I do recall you talking about the blade to handle ratio a while back.
Thank you John! Yes they do, really are well made.:):thumbsup:
Mine turned up later than expected. Cannot be happier with this knife! The wood scales(white ash) looks amazing on both sides. I do like the...