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Hand made Custom chef knives in Stainless Steel Damascus

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Check out these photos from handmade chef knives made by Dar Lu and Scottie Simmonds using stainless steel damascus:

After designing the blade and grinding the profile and bevels, the blades are etched to reveal the pattern.

Dar Lu:

Scottie S:

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