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    Just wondering: Is that one of the Ironwood pieces I sent you?

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Dave, how long is that Konosuke? 210 or 240?
    It's a 210mm - from JKI (I believe)

  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Just wondering: Is that one of the Ironwood pieces I sent you?

    Stefan

    They were customer supplied scales from Arizonaironwood. The wood is spectacular and makes me crave to work on the blocks you sent which should be even nicer in some ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    It's a 210mm - from JKI (I believe)
    Thanks, Dave. That's some beautiful work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Thanks, Dave. That's some beautiful work.

    Thanks Rick!

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    Hiromoto AS 240mm gyuto in Ancient NZ Kauri








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    Here is David's 270mm & 240mm Hiromoto AS gyutos (last 2 from the 4th group buy) in premium burl ironwood & black ash burl (both woods supplied by Stefan).

    The blades have been etched but unfortunately the 240mm showed the weld and didn't yield the impressive edge features that most of the 240mm's in this series do when etched. I'm bummed about this but you get whatever the knife gives up.










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    Nice work, Dave!
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    Very interesting how the 240 came out. I wonder if they changes the process or if it is just the result of a different smith?
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    Don't think I didn't notice those mirror polished pins! I can literally see you in the work! Nice work Dave
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