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Home Products Japanese Letter Opener

Japanese Letter Opener

by Roeder, David

SKU 2660

Date Added 05/17/2006

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $145.00

Overview

This letter opener was made from Japanese wrought iron. The ground portion is 3 inches in length with an overall length of 5 13/16 inches and weighs 1.6 oz alone and 2.4 oz in the walnut with brass accents scabbard. A great desk letter opener and unique gift idea.

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About the Maker

Roeder, David

My name is David Roeder. I am a Journeyman Smith knifemaker of the American Bladesmith Society. I have been forging knives since 1996 and always continue to learn and expand my methods and techniques to better my work. I use primarily 5160 for my mono steel blades, but sometimes divert and use other steels depending on their intended jobs. I also make my own Damascus. I like the standard 1095 / 1084 and 15n20 mostly when I am making my Damascus, it gives a good migration of carbon and also has good edge retention.

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