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Thread: Set of Kitchen Knives

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
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    Set of Kitchen Knives

    Here is a set of four kitchen knives that I made for my sweet wife as a Christmas gift. Actually, they turned out to be New Years gifts since I didn't quite make the December 25th deadline LOL. 440C steel, 416 dovetailed bolsters, and maroon linen Micarta scales. The block is made from oak, walnut and poplar. I made a few mistakes along the way, but the finished set came out alright. We've put them to the test in the kitchen and they seem to perform really well. They should be some great kitchen companions for years to come. Let me know what you think.

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    Brandant Robinson

    I'm not addicted to knife making . . . really . . . I can stop any time. I just don't want to.

    Website: https://www.therobinsonedge.com/
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  2. #2
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    absolutely gorgeous! Even more, these will be first rate show pieces for your work to every person who comes over to your house. That slicer really jumps out at me for the great lines. I can imagine myself using it as soon as I look at it.

  3. #3
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    Sep 2009
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    Prince Albert, SK, Canada
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    Those look great! I love the clean lines, and how the curved back of the knife block matches the curved back of all of the handles.

    Thanks for sharing,

    Trenton

  4. #4
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    Brandant
    Saw this over on facebook. Happy wife = Happy life.
    You did a great job on these.
    She should stay happy to at least Valentine's Day. Hope you got something special planned...
    DeMo

  5. #5
    Very nice (looks like a lot of work) I'm sure that she will be happy to have good quality knives that will hold an edge and last for a long time. Dan

  6. #6
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    Austin IN
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    I love them all. I really like the block too. Awesome set!


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  7. #7
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    Jan 2014
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    Southern Utah
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    Thanks for the nice words, folks. My sweetheart really loves them. I'm ready to get back to making folders now.

    Brandant Robinson

    I'm not addicted to knife making . . . really . . . I can stop any time. I just don't want to.

    Website: https://www.therobinsonedge.com/
    Brandant Robinson on Facebook
    Instagram: @brandantrobinson

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Dec 2015
    Location
    East Tennessee
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    Very impressive! The WIP on your web site is also very good.

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