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    Default Thistle Cutlery Co. in Tiger Eye Acrylic

    Just finished this one up... a 11/16 Spike point Thistle Razor nestled in some "Tiger Eye" Acrylic scales... I used all brass hardware on this one and black acrylic for the wedge...

    There is no wear at all on the spine and the razor looks to have never been honed...
    The blade is near perfect, with no visible blemishes what so ever and a satin finish

    This one was made in Fremont Ohio 1890-1917..


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    Now that is a very nice razor. Gorgeous scales, too.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Now that is a beauty Glen...i want one of those thistle straights!

    Many thanks,

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    Beautiful, Glen. I like those scales a lot!

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    just when i think i have RAD under control, glen has to, just has to post something like that and i start drooling all over my keyboard....

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    Definitely a Gem ! (pun intended)
    Like the swirly deco scales. Reminds me a little of my Droescher
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    That's a beautiful job. The scales are a fantastic pairing.

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    Beautiful match, perfectly finished and very pleasing to the eye. A classic done by the G brother.
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    Beautiful!

    The scales remind me a little of Amboyna Burl.

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    Very nice!!

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