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Discussion in 'Chris Reeve Knives' started by GuestWho101, Jul 3, 2014.
Oops.....the blasted double post......
My Sebenza is also a family portrait.
Thank You Sir! However, I can't take credit for the lanyard. I got the idea for the burgundy color paracord from some members here at the blade forum. Then I snagged the bead I wanted, handed it to my Daughter and asked her to make something I might like. I was very pleased with the design.
Funny, I can disassemble and reassemble nearly anything, but I can lace a basic lanyard to save my life.
Here's a couple more pics.
I know what you mean, I am the same. Small hands and young eyes do a much better job on these types of projects Hats off to your daughter, great job!
Here's mine. [/IMG]
Sweet family keep having kids there's another side to the knife. My wife just loved your knife!!
My small but humble family. One will be leaving soon.
Let me join to the Family Portraits
This entire thread has been a delightful viewing! I would like to THANK EVERYONE who has contributed and look forward to OTHERS!!!
If I could, I would reply/comment on each and every post, but wouldn't want to clutter up these BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS with nonsense.
Was waiting on my new arrival to come in before posting. This is my updated family photo of CRK.
The CCG Gold Leaf just came in Saturday and it is my first Small Seb. I love the size, and I will probably be looking to trade one of the large inlay 21's for a small inlay 21 pretty soon. So this family might not stay together long.
Lg 21 Cocobolo Inlay
Lg 21 Gabon Ebony Inlay
Sm 21 CCG Gold Leaf
Thanks for approval
I'll try to do more...
More of a collage of singles.
Awesome collection tom.
The anodized one just moved out but the new owner says he'd like it to visit me and it's brothers for sharpening and reanodizing down the road.
Farewell for now, my first Sebenza!
Very nice collections and photos everyone.
Large 21 join to the Family :thumbup:
Great pictures, what's the acid washed knife pictured with the 21? I've seen it before, but I can't tell what knife it is from that view.