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Thread: White #1 Konosuke Fujiyama kiritsuke 240mm w/ ebony

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    White #1 Konosuke Fujiyama kiritsuke 240mm w/ ebony

    Here for your consideration is a White #1 Konosuke Fujiyama kiritsuke 240mm w/ an ebony wa handle. I've used this knife for a couple of months, sharpened on the stones once and stained the saya the same as the other one in the pic below...(knife for sale is the one on top). It has a beautiful ocher patina and is, as you might expect, atom-splitting sharp.
    $240 post paid (U.S.) to your door. I accept paypal gift (macmiddlebrook1@gmail.com) or USPS money orders. PM me with any questions. Thanks for looking!


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    Sorry, wrong price..rather it's $215 post paid.

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    That's a really good price for such a knife. Hope a newbie picks this up.

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    Thats a screaming sweet deal! Too bad I'm jobless, and owning a restaurant isn't making me rich right now....

    (not too sure that patina is very healthy....looks a little orange to me?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    Thats a screaming sweet deal! Too bad I'm jobless, and owning a restaurant isn't making me rich right now....

    (not too sure that patina is very healthy....looks a little orange to me?)
    It's not orange (rust), it's ochre (patina). Please keep any speculation to yourself or send me a PM.

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    Can you post a photo of the whole knife?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Can you post a photo of the whole knife?
    It's the one on top in the 2 gyuto pic where everything is shown except the very end of the handle. Is there something specific you'd like to see? It's no problem, I'll take some more pics when I get off work @ 1:30 EST. EDIT: Oh, I see...only the ferrule is visible , I'll take better ones and post them soon.

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    Just an overall look, I am interested.

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    Would just like to say that I have had a few knives that patina'ed like these do. Only seen it on San Mai knives like these. I see nothing wrong with this. This is a kiritsuke gyuto or a single bevel knife?

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