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    Coconut and birch bark

    Hi guys

    I want to present you my knife with litle bit unusual handle

    sheath and handle are vegetable origin

    Handle lenght:115mm,coconut shell,birch bark,yew,red vulkanized fiber

    Blade:lauri pt 95

    Sheath:rafia,yew




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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    How utterly innovative - brilliant

    I've seen coconut used very cleverly before, but always thought it may pose a problem with handles due to its curvature, but you have done it proud.





    Kako krajnje inovativne - briljantna

    Vidio sam kokos se koristi vrlo pametno i prije, ali uvijek mislio da može predstavljati problem s ručkama zbog svoje zakrivljenosti, ali ste učinili ga ponosnim.
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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    wonderful knife. like the natural materials and their color. shape of the knife looks very comfortable

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    uuuu odlicno komsija ...ote mi ideju ali neka dobro je ispalo....

    excellent

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    Very nice knife with interesting material mix and sheath. A new take on the theme and with its very own appeal! Good job!
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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    I think robinson crusoe would have been happy to have something like this by his side
    great looking bumblebee.

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    Never seen a tropical scandi before. Brilliant idea, great execution. Thanks for showing

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    Love the combination of traditional and non traditional materials. The whole thin is a lovely piece.... Vikings meet South Pacific...

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    Thanks guys you are very kind,i am glad you like it

    Cheers

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    aloha neighbour, great work, lovely combination!

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    What an interesting idea!

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    Nice cutter, I love the use of materials!

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    How creative choice of materials! And good making.

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    Top job!
    I no longer need a signature... I now have a chip and pin.

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    Re: Coconut and birch bark

    Thanks guys

    I like to experiment with natural materials,and coconut is very grateful material for work with it

 

 

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