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Very nice set, as lovely as always. My Eagle is my go too these days
Cracking job on the sheathes too. I know not everyone likes...
I admired this the other day on Facebook
On a second look, it's even more stunning. I really do like that a lot
Lovely as always. I do like reindeer. Lovely feel
The flat does suit them well. And a stunning pair of handles to complement em.
Fine work sir
Nice work Colin. Lovely looking plate with some little very contrasting grain too.
Very nice, but I expect nothing less. As proud owner of a blade and a knife of yours I know the quality.
Looking forward to the other versions
Oooow, very nice
It's soooooooooooooooooo pretty :o
Very, very nice work.
The tankards is something I'd like to try some time.
As said. Hickory is the preferred. But Ash is the UK traditional and makes a great handle and is a light colour. But yeh, you need well seasoned...
Interested to see what your board is going to be.
Amazing work and art as always
Yeh, chatted with Sam and discussed the amazing possibilities of a bit of tooling. Not something I know how to do. But I'm sure Hamish...
Just a little project
I stumbled across a picture of a Uco lantern special edition and it has a leather wrap around the body.
So I true...
Very cool. Never tried bark work. Really must try
Will is a top fella and your work there is stunning.
It's on my list of things to do!
Yep, you need to get it to cutting standards and try it on...
Great job. Like that a lot
Bit scared of hot water in it just yet, but will man up and try it at some point.
Second night of mead for now and it's great
A big thank you to Toddy for all the advice
And I'm pretty sure it was her knowledge about milk in a previous article a while ago that I'd...
Was bought while visiting Stonehenge and is from http://www.pottedhistory.co.uk/Replica_Ancient_Pottery.html
So hoping it's pretty good....