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    Right now it is my 210 R2 Damascus Tanaka Gyuto, but things may change once it will be my turn with Marko

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    watanabe pro gyuto, the steel is thoroughly impressive.

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    PJ Tomes MS chef knife, 52100, walrus ivory handle with stacked bolster



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chefget View Post
    PJ Tomes MS chef knife, 52100, walrus ivory handle with stacked bolster
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    Don't know what it is, but I really like this knife. Looks like you could skin and butcher something with it, then go do your mise en place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    Don't know what it is, but I really like this knife. Looks like you could skin and butcher something with it, then go do your mise en place.

    Thanks Lucretia! It's the chef knife that finds the most use in the kitchen...designed by PJ after a smaller utility that I had previously acquired (PJ has a touch of Scagel in his work), with my touch-ups to the shape, and a massive chunk of ivory...very thin (though no flex) with an almost imperceptible edge; the construction, fit & finish is 100% mastersmith, it cuts like very few.....










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    What is the length on the chef knife?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckles View Post
    What is the length on the chef knife?

    8.5 inch blade, 13.75 inch OAL, 10 oz


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    Love Rick's DT knife - and I am not a damascus junkie. Mine would be the lowly Hiro AS 240 gyuto - with Fish handle and Dave's spa treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Mine would be the lowly Hiro AS 240 gyuto - with Fish handle and Dave's spa treatment.

    Stefan
    Any knife with a Fish handle and Dave's spa treatment is far from lowly...I bet it is a sick knife!
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    Without a doubt, the Don Nguyen that Son gifted me....such a pleasure to use, and the fact that it was a gift makes it more so. It's off in AZ getting new shoes + a dress (is that the right way to extend the metaphor?)....hoping to see it again soon!
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