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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinW View Post
    Vafalls, Robin! You have a Harner cleaver? That or the the gyuto-itsuke Rick has would be my way to go for sure, if I had that kind of money !

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    My choice wld be either

    Top choice..

    1. A William Catheside custom damascus chinese chef's knife to my specs. Damascus knife calls for extra work, knowledge and skill. I have no complaints whatsoever as to his workmanship save for the occassional "happy accident". I have collected his earlier pieces and also the recent ones and noted his development in knife making. Must say that he has a very steep learning curve and he experiments quite a fair bit. His cutting videos is also a reminder of his progress and determination. Come to think of it, which other knife maker makes their own cutting videos for the respective pieces? I must look up this point.

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...us-cleaver-WIP

    Since the mighty British Pound is high these these, it has to be clobbered in due due course to fit in the price range.

    On my bucket list is to go and do the finial assembly and grinding of a knife. This wld be my choice

    2, HHH. Million layer damascus. As it wld be a true conversational piece. Literally , you got to put alot of sweat into it. I still admire the 68,000 layer Catcheside Petty

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...etty-available

    Justin beat me to it for the feather version. Both of us are waiting for either one of us to sell to each other.

    Have fun..

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    $1500? 3 inches from Bob Kramer Not sure he makes a paring knife...

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck239 View Post
    Hey those are my knives! (Minus the micarta handle). But yes, those would be 2 of my top choices! And a Burke or rader as my American picks.
    Yeah, yeah, yeah. You're always ruining it for the rest of us, aren't you, Chuck?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkbite111 View Post
    $1500? 3 inches from Bob Kramer Not sure he makes a paring knife...

    Chris
    Sounds like a disappointing date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wenus2 View Post
    Sounds like a disappointing date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    Rader.

    -AJ
    But truthfully, if I had $1500 I'd be happy with the knives I already own and I'd buy another motorcycle.

    -AJ

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    I would buy 75Lb of PM stainless steel. Should be good for about 70 knives. Good ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wenus2 View Post
    Sounds like a disappointing date.
    LOL!! too funny

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