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Hubby is a blacksmith and gets pretty bent about the quality of tools these days. He's made these for me, to plant, dig, chop....
The serrated knife is his spin on a age old Japanese tool, the other is perfect for cutting scion wood etc. Feeling pretty lucky~~
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Those are beautiful! I'd say that man is a keeper.
 
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