Davison - Paring Knives

T.A.DAVISON

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Couple of paring knives for sale....

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For Sale - $175.00 - Sold - Thank You!
Black Linen Kitchen Fix Blade Knife
Scales - Black Linen Micarta Steel - 1/16'' ATS34 -- Rc. 59 - 60
Over all Length - 6'' Blade - 2 3/4''
Hollow Ground, Cryogenic Quenched,
Razor Sharp, Hand Finished
Mosaic Pins in the handle.


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For Sale - $125.00 - Sold - Thank You!
Red Linen Kitchen Fix Blade Knife
Scales - Red Linen Micarta Steel - 1/16'' ATS34 -- Rc. 59 - 60
Over all Length - 6'' Blade - 2 3/4''
Hollow Ground, Cryogenic Quenched,
Razor Sharp, Bead Blasted Finished
Mosaic Pins in the handle.

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First to say I'll take it here gets it - just say red or black?
No sheath -

Pay Pal prferred -- Thanks!
 
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I'll take the black

Couple of paring knives for sale....

_______________________________________________________
For Sale - $175.00
Black Linen Kitchen Fix Blade Knife
Scales - Black Linen Micarta Steel - 1/16'' ATS34 -- Rc. 59 - 60
Over all Length - 6'' Blade - 2 3/4''
Hollow Ground, Cryogenic Quenched,
Razor Sharp, Hand Finished
Mosaic Pins in the handle.


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For Sale - $125.00
Red Linen Kitchen Fix Blade Knife
Scales - Red Linen Micarta Steel - 1/16'' ATS34 -- Rc. 59 - 60
Over all Length - 6'' Blade - 2 3/4''
Hollow Ground, Cryogenic Quenched,
Razor Sharp, Bead Blasted Finished
Mosaic Pins in the handle.

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First to say I'll take it here gets it - just say red or black?
No sheath -

Pay Pal prferred -- Thanks!

Ill take the black!!
 

N.E.Tim

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Todd,
VERY,VERY,NICE. I could imagine how well they would work in the kitchen.
Tim
 
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Looking pretty nice there Todd. Now if you would just make them fold! LOL :thumbup::thumbup:
 
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