"I like the job you did on the old blade. It was in need of help it sounds like. If the owner likes it, she should take good care of it. Ivars I just wanted to say I’m sorry for not being a part of the group. I truly thought I would have more…"
"Found your question on you’re page about obsidian blades. Yes, obsidian is the sharpest edge there it that I know of. Obsidian brakes to the molecule, so even under an electron microscope it appears as…"
"May I wish you a good day my new friend. I hope this day finds you happy, healthy and wise. I like you’re bullhead machete, it looks like a variation of the sickle I use to cut the tall grass it the back yard. Dose the cutting edge run…"
"Scot.Just a quick note to tell you how sorry I and we all are to hear of you and your mothers los. Its never an easy thing to deal with but have faith that he’s in a better place and watching over you two."
i,v been flintknapping points,blades,spear points for 30 years. about five years ago i started hafting my kife blades with the things i find in the Oregon out back. i do all my work using only stone age tools, and those tools are made using hand made tools. no pocket knive, store bought sinue, glue, power tools. if thay didnt have it to use 3000 years ago, i cant use it.
pre-history, getting the keenest edge i can on any blade. steel,wood, glass.... above all, the oregon high diesert.
antique bottles, archaeolgy, life
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It looks like I got it up, so now a description of this piece. The stone is obsidian from Glass Butte, the handle is hand twisted better brush bark, with a porky pine design on a stone cut sag brush wood handle.
Received it today chipmonk. Thanks so much, that is a beautiful piece of wood. We will be sure it gets in the right hands and will let you know. On behalf of everyone at iKnife Collector, thanks for being part of this community! Steve
Well if you want, we could give it as a prize in contest or something. You could mail it to me(I can give you my address) or hang on to it and we'll say its from you and you can send it if they win the contest. What do you think of something like that?
By the way congrats to your Mom, 91 is quite an achievement!
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