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A Damascus metal cleaver I designed and forged for my father. The metal consists of 168 layers of alternating carbon density steel (21 layers folded 3 times), and took about two weeks to complete, start to finish.
The handle is an elegant cocobolo wood from Central America, and the Damascus employs the ladder pattern technique.
The leather sheath I made in the usual style, four layers thick and hand carved with an original design inspired by memories with my family.
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