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    Knife ( enamel )

    Knife of the manufacturer "MUELA" Spanish and to that I realized the work of engraving and enameled.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Re: Knife ( enamel )

    Dude, please stop doing this to me (us), these are just AMAZING peices!

    You really are a master of the art - bravo.

    I should have done this long ago...have rep!

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    Re: Knife ( enamel )

    That is a really beautiful piece. The contrast between the classic simple, but wonderfully finished handle, and the ornate blade is fascinating

    What intrigues me is how enameling affects the heat treatment. How hot do you have to get the enamel?

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    Re: Knife ( enamel )

    Not to my taste but staggeringly good work

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    Re: Knife ( enamel )

    That is very amazing work! Did you have to take off the handle in order to heat up the blade?
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    Re: Knife ( enamel )

    I might be a bit thick, but why would anybody be worried about the temper of the blade??

    I can't think that having bought this knife, it's so obviously a display piece, that it would never be used for cutting anything!!

    Using this, would be like owning the Portland vase, and using it at the table for drinking water, ie, madness

    The work on the blade is truly inspirational, and to my mind at least, a genuine work of art.
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    Re: Knife ( enamel )

    Thank you friends for his words.
    I understand his interest in the treatment of the sheet (Chopper) but the heat does not affect him. Sometimes, when I show my enamels the people think that they are of high temperature of merger. These enamels are of jewelry shop and of low merger; but they allow the finished extraordinary one in sheen, resistance the erosion, they are of high hardness, they can turn, fresar, pierce, etc .......
    It is not necessary to dismantle the knife for his achievement and I can realize it on any completed knife or metallic surface.
    Thank you

    Montejano
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    Friend thanks for his words.
    I understand his interest for the treatment of the sheet ( Blade ) but does not affect the heat to him. Sometimes, when I show my enamels the people thinks that they become of high temperature of fusion. These enamels come from jewelry store and of low fusion; But an extraordinary finishing in brilliance, resistance permit erosion, become of tall hardness, they can tourney, drilling, drilling, etc.......
    It is not necessary to dismount the knife for his realization and I can accomplish it on any finished knife or metallic surface.

    Thanks

    Montejano

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    Re: Knife ( enamel )

    Stunning piece of work you have there.
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