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    Arrow Dame, Stottard & Kenda - W&B - Blue theme

    Lately blue has gotten a lot of attention.

    The Dame, Stottard & Kenda - Boston got a total blade restore to a final high mirror shine. Request was for Blue Pauacrylic as I tend to call it. LVS acrylic for the more technical people. All silver nickel and ss pins and washers. Tapered transparent wedge. This one was a PITA to hone. Spend over an hour just setting the bevel. But tack sharp.

    The second is a Wade & Butcher - Sheffield. No restore on this beauty. As to the scales G10 Black/Blue with specific design for the scales was requested. Also silver nickel and ss pins & washers. Third pin. Same G10 was used for the wedge. This one was also a PITA to hone. I got my share of bevel setting for today.

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    Very nice work Max, nice and clean!

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    Oh my god!!!! Max got any more of that?

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    Bottom line , bevel setting is a PITA

    Gorgeous razors Max. Haven't seen one of those Masonic W&B's in a while.
    Always great to see the etch survive the process.
    It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that ain't so..

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    They're both beauties, Max! Great scales & incredible standard on the blade finish.

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    Both are very regal.

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    WOW! That blue and black G10 kicks ass!

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    Very nice, Max. I really like that second set of scales. What are your sources for material?

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    Thanks Max for such a great job. Poetry in motion I might add !

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