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    A few carbons, forged Sab blanks, fossil mammoth, wart hog

    Honsho Kanemasa E-Series 180mm santoku
    Carbon steel HRC 60-61
    sharpened 90/10, nice patina, $79

    Hidesada 180mm yanagi
    New, unused in box
    carbon steel RC 59-60 $49





    Sakai Chikeryu 240mm takohiki, new unused, handle sealed with Danish oil $95

    (top knife in photo below)




    Sabatier forged knife blanks, 6" utility and 4" paring.
    Ready for grinding and heat treat. $39 shipped for both






    I have some very special pieces of natural handle material available for fancy knife projects.

    3 large fossil Mammoth tusk sections, several specimens of Wart Hog etc.

    Pics can be seen HERE. Send PM for more info.


    Thanks for looking!

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    Hey Darwin, gotta talk to the kama'aina first, man I'll take some of that ivory, can I have a look at it? Will PM,

    Stefan

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    Darwin, please list prices for the "natural handle material available"

    Thanks,
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    Fossil Mammoth, 2 pieces left, $110 each
    Wart Hog tusks 2 pieces left, $25 each
    1 pc dyed giraffe bone $25

    thanks

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    is that bottom knife in the second picture a fujiwara? also up for sale?
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    bottom knife in second picture is a Kanetsune, middle knife is a Fujiwara. I had listed them both for sale in the past but no one was interested, so I have been keeping them for myself. If you are interested send me a PM and we can discuss, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olpappy View Post
    bottom knife in second picture is a Kanetsune, middle knife is a Fujiwara. I had listed them both for sale in the past but no one was interested, so I have been keeping them for myself. If you are interested send me a PM and we can discuss, thanks.
    unfortunetly im going to have to wait a while, just picked up 3 knives, those are nice though.
    “A home cook who relies too much on a recipe is sort of like a pilot who reads the plane’s instruction manual while flying.” – Alton Brown

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    Only 1 piece of fossilized mammoth remaining....

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    Interested in the Sabatiers, are they still available?

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    Yes they are still available, PM replied to.

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