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Charcoal has some beautiful handles and I have seen some others also on this site that are outstanding ones also.
I just looked. Last post was on the 10th August last year. Nothing about why he's stopped. I followed anyway, just in case he starts up again in the future. Thanks again.You're welcome.
He does nice work, no question about that. I dont use Facebook, but if you do, you might look around and see if he states why he isnt making any at the moment.
I like these type of handles because of the amount of effort to make it look so different than just your basic knurled type. Once you own one no one else will see it more than likely for years. I guess it's my back ground as a machinist, welder & millwright. That handle is handmade and more than likely using the wax mold method that is just hard to master. Pouring molten brass is very hard to do from my past experiences with out getting porosity inclusions in the final results & then it is gold coated for the final finish.(work of art in my eyes)Gosh that's a bit much for my taste.
Sorry I missed your alert, I had to do a little back tracking on the site I found this one on.It's beautiful! Who's is it?
Thanks for the effort, Ron R. Much appreciated!Sorry I missed your alert, I had to do a little back tracking on the site I found this one on.
Not sure about giving the site because this forum has rules for this sort of thing.
Just type or copy this on google
GrandRegalia Heraldic Gold Safety Razor Fleur De Lis Gift