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Project by Clay Ortiz posted 65 days ago 804 views 2 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I got a new Spyderco and had some time, so I decided to make it better! The wood is some cherry burl I found. I’m not sure what the stone is. I found it when my so and I were panning for gold at on of those road side places in North Georgia.
Thanks for looking!
Clay

-- Clay Ortiz, North Georgia





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#1 posted 65 days ago

the stone looks like turquoise to me

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#2 posted 65 days ago

Beautiful work!

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#3 posted 65 days ago

Very pretty. I approve.

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#4 posted 65 days ago

Very Nice Work Indeed Clay! Thanks For Sharing.

Rick

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#5 posted 64 days ago

Very nice job and the turquoise is a nice touch. Which Spyderco ddi you start with?

-- Ron, Eugene, OR, "Curiosity is a terrible thing to waste."

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#6 posted 63 days ago

That looks nice, what did you finish it with?

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#7 posted 63 days ago

Very nice just the right amount of inlay to add interest. I will be happy if mine turns out even a fraction of that nice. I bought several of the cheap Kershaw 3/4 ton knives from Cabela’s a few weeks ago to mess around with. I already have to order parts as the thread lock they used was much stronger than the screws.

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