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  1. #41
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    Great job, Dave. These all look fantastic.

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    by far the best looking nenox i have seen. nenox's looks do nothing for me, but this one is great.

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    The sheer volume and staggerng attention to detail time and time again is beyond compare. Truly awesome! if this is what goes into your handles, I can't wait to see how your knives turn out.

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    Thank you, that was a very nice thing to hear, very encouraging.

  5. #45
    for the average home cook like me, MAC's are a pretty sweet deal. that bottom knife looks even sweeter re-handled. good job!

  6. #46
    I wonder......what will these ugly ducklings will become? :smile1:





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  7. #47
    I am thinking Sean is a lucky fellow!

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    I always think of this as the fun part - seeing how a nondescript and and ugly piece of wood turns into this nice piece with great patterns and colors once you work on it a little bit. I look forward to seeing how these will turn out.

    Stefan

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    I dunno, man, those don't look to comfortable to me.....................................
    Spike C
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  10. #50
    Here's what became of the 3 ugly ducklings.... :smile1:

    The suji is done is blue dyed peacock. This came out real dark and the pictures didn't capture what it looks like in person, it's much nicer than what's shown here.

    The 240mm gyuto is purple dyed buckeye burl. This one kicked my ass, just didn't want to give up the look and feel but I believe I won in the end.

    The customer supplied both of those woods.

    The last is the 210mm gyuto in birdseye maple from Stefan's stash.

    All three blades have been etched but not shown sharpened (I haven't done that yet).

    I hope you like them Sean.
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