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    Here is Ben's gyuto with straight grained ironwood scales, G10 liners, & nickel silver pins.

    This was a cashed in rehandle coupon job. The handle wood was selected to match the factory made dark stained saya as best as possible and it works pretty good. I forgot to shoot a picture with the saya though (stupid) but trust me it's close. The handle is somewhat plain compared to the normal burls we use but I like it, it's simple & classy.

    The wood came from Burl Source


    PS - can you guess the maker? I have no idea - there's so many new ones today that I'm losing track.
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    Looks like gesshin ginga to me. Great work as always, Dave.

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    Gesshin. Looks great!

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    Mel and Ben's knives look great. I love how the etching came out.

    k.
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    Lamson Remedy - full refurb/rehandle - CLICK on the picture below for more pictures and details



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    I like the scales on that Gesshin Ginga

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    That original handle was crapola on toast.

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    Watanabe/Martell Nessmuck knife

    Click on the picture below for details and many more pictures....


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    Here's a 4-pack of little Gesshin (?) 210mm sujis (from JKI) just rehandled for a customer. Some of his lucky friends are getting gifts. Who wants to be his friend?

    We have here ironwood burl, curly Oregon maple, amboyna burl, & koa.
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    Very nice work Dave! Great lines!


    Feel free to visit my website, http://www.rodrigueknives.com
    Email pierre@rodrigueknives.com

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