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Thread: Wade & Butcher, 8/8, Black Horn with MOP inlay

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    Default Wade & Butcher, 8/8, Black Horn with MOP inlay

    I definitely had fun with this one. First time carving out an inlay spot. Chose a very difficult material to do it with... Horn doesn't carve very well some very minor delamination around the edges of the inlay, but, all in all, it turned out fantastic I think.

    The MOP is genuine - the pictures really do not capture the light greens/purples/etc hues that are visible in it when held up to the light. The flush pinning is done with standard 1/16" nickel silver rod. The wedge is natural cow bone.













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    Very nice, the inlay add so much to the scales, Great work!
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    Your work is coming along nicely young man - keep it up.

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    Very cool looking piece there Brad, very elegant look. Nicely done.

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    That is one sexy razor... Very nice job!

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    Very nice, and those inlays look very nice, excellent work well done.

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    Your work is always flawless Brad. Excellent work!
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    looks very nice !!! great job

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    Brad, the inlays turned out so nicely. Fantastic restore.

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    Thats beautiful Brad. Looks like more than a couple of hours work went into them.
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