Looking for a supplier of Alaskan Mammoth Ivory - and also
Looking for a supplier of Russian Mammoth Ivory.
webmaster at ajh-knives.com
SALE - IVORY MICARTA
My husband, who passed away, made grips for Colt Single Actions
using ivory micarta. I have a piece 12" x 21" x 1" thick that I
would like to sell. Anyone interested?
I have a lot of 4/4 lumber of a wood called "Palo Chino" - this in wide
short lengths, as well as turning blocks.
Palo Chino translates directly as "Curly limb", and the
grain definitely falls into the curly category. The color
of the wood is kind of a coppery pink and the grain goes
As far as I know I'm the only vendor that carries it.
The price is right, maybe it's a deal
YOU can't refuse. heh! Actually, I thought you might like to
get in on a "Pre-sale" at a slightly reduced price before I
put the wood up on my website or advertise it elsewhere.
Judith Mattart - THE LUMBERLADY
Exotic Woods from the Mountains & Deserts of the World
885 Myrtle Avenue
Yuma, AZ 85364
Toll free (877) 919 - 9422
MOTHER OF PEARL
Christopher Jones wrote:
We have available 10 tons of mother of pearl shell, pinctada maxima, thick
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- I am looking for a supplier of a
BLUE-BLACK polishing compound,
or equivalent replacement.
Originally it is a part of a knife sharpening and honing kit which
came from Germany,
Kit consist of a four sided honing stone
- Fine black stone the side where a RED rouge is applied
and Blue-black compound on the last side
(this would be a finer stuff than a Red rouge, an undressed leather on the opposite side of #1
I have discovered a Light Blue
polishing compound manufactured in Germany
and distributed by J.Walter, Vancouver, BC.
Re-sold by House of Tools
, I don't know if it is same, but it is the only
Blue color compound I have seen in years.
1/2 brick cost as about $27 Canadian.
Contact phone number is 1-888-J WALTER
webmaster at ajh-knives.com
- I have an off knife related
question that I just can't find the answer
I use a sharpening stone at my elderly fathers house to sharpen
all my knives.
I've done this for years and it is the best stone I have ever
It never shows wear after many years of use with water and soap as
It must be very old like maybe 50+ years.
I want to get one just like it but have had no luck finding it.
It is light orange with almost a pinkish tint to it
and is a standard rectangular shape
My inspection of it makes me think it is a very pure quality stone
as opposed to a composite,
but I just can't tell because it is so flawless.
If you have any ideas for me and time to help I would be very
appreciative. Thank you.
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