Here's the nitty/gritty:
blade: 6" of ~.100" 52100 at 62 hardness with a classic mustard patina; 11.125" overall.
Ground high and thin, but very little taper leaving the full length firm rather than flexy.
Scales: fab'ed in house featuring one gozillian year old stabilized bog oak, dyed/stabilized maple burl, G10 and Micarta.
Tanto variant Row. Hollow ground, stubby tip. Worn Rocksteady finish. Blade is Vanadis 8 which has extreme wear properties and good toughness. DVB made scales and pocket slip with matching bead.
K-Tip duo, San mai
Chef's/paring duo using Damascus core steel by @50.50forge and dyed/stabilized Maple burl from @galleryhardwoods
Steel has 1095 cladding, low layer core is 15N20 & 1095. Blades are satin finish and 1095 shows hamon over Damascus core.
Blades are ~.140" thick at spine. Spines are fully rounded, chef's choil is also rounded.
Chef's: 9", ground very high with moderate distal taper. Balances just forward of choil. Good balance for a long blade with plenty of heft at the spine, 11.2ounces. More nimble than numbers suggest.
Paring: 4", ground very high with generous distal taper. 4.2 ounces.
Vikki model slipjoint.
Blade and spring are in a Lazy Twist pattern Damascus from @tyleraldrichknives and it looks wicked cool with a deep etch of the 15N20 & 1095 mix. Scales are my creation featuring rippled Indian blanket from @g.l._hansenandsons with some old industrial Micarta and G10. Liners are titanium and hardware is stainless and of course it comes with a matching custom DVB bead.
Action is smooth and crisp at about a 5/10 with definite snap. Blade is ~2.8", overall is ~7" open, ~4" closed.
Western chef's knife
9.75" stainless blade, slicer with plenty of rock for getting those herbs just right as well. Ground high, moderate taper leaving a bit of weight behind the relatively thin edge.
Scales made in house featuring poured resin and carbon fiber with G10 liner and pins.
Blade: 9.75" of .095" AEB-L at 63 hardness and cryo'ed. Has random etch to compliment the chaos in the scales. Choil is rounded and knife balanced right at point of scales.
Only a few left!
Wayne model slipjoint using the Lazy Twist pattern Damascus. It's wearing scales I made using Crazyfiber camo crosscut, OD canvas Micarta and red G10. Liners are titanium and hardware is stainless.
Blade/spring are ~.175" thick, with thin scales it averages out only slightly thicker than the skinny boys. Blade is ~2.75", 3.75" closed, ~6.6" open.
Walk and talk are smooth yet crisp at about a 4.5/10 pull.
Delbert model slipjoint in the very rare and beautiful parquet mosaic Damascus from 50/50 Forge. Blade and spring utilize this unique pattern, not just the blade like so many sadly choose to do.
Scales are SuperTusk from Elforyn which is as good as faux ivory gets. SuperTusk mimics the real thing down to the luster and Schreger lines. The SuperTusk is lined with a Tiffany G10 with titanium liners. Hardware is stainless. The action runs on phosphor bronze washers and is smooth and crisp at approximately 5/10.
Having great material to start with helps end up with great knives. Every aspect of this Row is premium and fantastic. Thanks to @j.huecustoms for the unreal copper core resin and @50.50forge for the High Mai Damascus. It's a looker to be sure, however it's also quite capable and ready for use.
Comes with a custom DVB leather pocket slip and bead.