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First Paring Knife. Completing a set.

Discussion in 'Kitchen Cutlery & Tools' started by r3dn3ck, Jun 1, 2013.

  1. r3dn3ck


    Dec 13, 2008
    Been slowly grinding out a set of decent kitchen knives for the wife. I've done the Chef's knife, the bread knife and now the paring knife. I need to find a petty blade and a fillet blade and the set will be done. Once I finish the kitchen knives I'll start pounding out a set of decent steak knives.

    Still need to whittle off the squeeze out bits of epoxy here and there but they're otherwise looking good.

    Alabama Damascus made the blade. I modified the handle profile a bit. Burled Amboyna scales, 2 part epoxy bond, no spacers. No power tools used.

    Antique stainless blade, reshaped at the point and the end of the tang. Burled Yew wood scales, 2 part epoxy bond, no spacers. No power tools used.

    Alabama Damascus made the blade. Burled Thuya scales, 2 part epoxy bond, no spacers. No power tools used.
  2. justahobby


    Apr 9, 2013
    Very nice looking knives. How's that chef's knife performing? I'm thinking to order one from alabama damascus.
  3. timbit


    Jul 21, 2011
    Wow. That nakiri is giving me a major case of knife lust.
  4. Fishinbo


    Jun 11, 2012
    They all look great, the handles are gorgeous. Great choice of woods and finish. I'm sure wife is very happy to have a great set. Great job!

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