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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcbladescar View Post
    Great Look !
    Is the turquoise difficult to work?
    Thanks for sharing.
    Mike
    Not at all Mike it is Recon Turquoise that you can get at Masecraft and I am sure tons of other places, which means they take real Stone and mix and blend it with a resin and it comes out much like a Micarta or Acrylic to work, the only bad thing is it doesn't much like shock and can crack easy if you hit it wrong...

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    Nice one! Really Nice!

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    Pure class.

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    Wow, beautiful.

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    One of these days I'll work up the gumption to own one of Glen's beautiful razors like this one. Awesome work, Glen!
    Could you build a lightsaber for me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mapleleafalumnus View Post
    One of these days I'll work up the gumption to own one of Glen's beautiful razors like this one. Awesome work, Glen!
    Could you build a lightsaber for me?
    Build it ???? I don't know, but I bet. I can put a slick looking handle and a wicked edge on it

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    That's a absolute stunner Glen, you are a lucky Man that you are allowed to work with Ivory, as in the UK you cannot even rework antique ivory, that Turquoise wedge sets it off beautifully, is this one a keeper Glen?

    Jamie.

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    Naw Jamie it is heading out in the morning,, But I will remember the combination that Roman came up with
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    Very classy & true to the TI shape.
    Had the pleasure of doing the edge on one of these just recently. One of my fave steels.
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    I really like the wedge/scales colors. Sets off the razor very nicely!!
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