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    Default Lets try this again (space chicks)

    Looks like it worked this time.

    Rather than try and revive a dead thread, I thought I would just take a fresh stab at it.

    The yellow is 24K inlay and the red/brown is copper inlay. The knife is a auto made by Joe Kious.
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    Wow Ray this is phenomenal. Not only the engraving and inlays, but your imagination and layout. What kind of vitimans do you take, if it's the water over there in Missouri I'm sending some jugs. Great work
    Mike

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    Ray, I like these gals. Great looking knife. Did you inlay the copper first? Does it work harden quicker than gold? I like the contrast between it and the gold. Good job. Thanks for showing it.

    Joe

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    Very imaginative, Ray. The subject really works well with the futuristic shape of the knife. I really like the copper inlay. Does it require any special treatment to keep it from tarnishing? Your engraving never disappoints. / ~Sam

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    This is first rate stuff! I like the way the first side womans hair turned out. Thanks for the effort taken to share with us.

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    A fresh "stab" at it? You funny guy you, been hanging around Mark too much huh? Nice pun however unintentional it may have been. Nice engraving too, I'd like to have seen this one in person...

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    Ray, now you know why everybody wants to go to Mars! :D
    Absolutely stunning piece.
    Kent

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