- May 5, 2013
Thanks Gus, I love em both, the Walden really is very finely made, I'm looking forward to having it my watch pocket on occasionSplit-Back Whittler magic Rob
I luv the bones on that NY, those blades just have those lines.
Well preserved, very knice!!
The Walden’s built like a fine timepiece isn’t it! It has the details, the blades are so cozy in their wells. Just dreamy and shapely to boot!!
CE & CF candidates all day long, enjoy my friend
Thanks Rachel, not only is it a good pocket knife it is hard to put down, rolls between the fingers well, like an ink penAmazing knives. I love how thick and rounded that pearl is.
Thanks Gev!drool worthy ....wow !!! Great photos ! fun fun fun
Thanks Augie!Couple of very nice knives Rob
Thanks Duncan, appreciate the compliment!Rob - you have some wonderful Knives and I always enjoy your posts. Yet another two great additions to a fine stable of Knives my friend. I really like that NYK, but that Walden is a very nice piece. You can just see the amazing skills it took to put this wonderful piece together.
Augie - Wow!! What an addition ! Mike s Knives are amazing and fir him to let something so rare go is just fantastic - well done to you both
Love the bone on the Robeson!
Seeing P&G's Robeson with absolutely amazing Bone Jig work- reminded me of this one that came my way- must be 6 months or so ago?
The Bone is different where it has more of a Worm Groove feature with a less "Chunky" Jig pattern
This Ol' Girl sharpened up beautifully!