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Re: [BKARTS] Ascona knife



Hello. you know how a french knife looks like?
The ascona Knife was called the Ascona Blade back than I lived over
there.
It's a high steel quality Blade from a wooden plane, shaped semi
circular in a shallow circle and sharpened and polished.
They do not have a handle attached.

regards,

charles

On Friday, November 8, 2002, at 09:03  AM, S. Lunas wrote:

> Wondered if any of you had heard of an Ascona knife, and if you would
> be
> so kind and describe it. HOw is it different from and English or French
> knife? I recently read an article that mentioned said knife.
> Thanks in advance.
> Susan Lunas
> -- Eugene, Oregon
> S. Lunas, Proprietor: Many Moons Book Conservation
>     Book Conservation and Bookbinding by Hand
> Editor: Binders' Guild Newsletter
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