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    very nice work bill. Always a pleasure to see

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    welcome back Mattrud! Awesome work Bill!
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    thanks for looking and posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burke View Post
    Hi all here are a couple more Gyotos. these were made with tri colored blade steel over a V-toku 2 core from takefu steel in Japan.

    the first has a ebony handle with mosaic center pin and mokume bolsters.

    Blade length: 9.60 in.
    Total length: 14.75 in.
    Blade width: 2.05 in.
    Blade thickness: 0.08 in.
    Item weight: 8.10 oz.







    this one is the same blade steel but copper alloy bolsters and Iron wood handle with mosaic center pin

    Blade length: 9.25 in.
    Total length: 14.20 in.
    Blade width: 2.00 in.
    Blade thickness: 0.08 in.
    Item weight: 7.75 oz.







    hope you all like these.
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    The perfect example of truly functional art!
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    thanks guys.

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    Holy cow ! ! !
    were did you get the concept for the steel ?
    I absolutely love these knives !

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    wow, that copper damascus looks like a sunset over the ocean. very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Wilburn View Post
    Holy cow ! ! !
    were did you get the concept for the steel ?
    I absolutely love these knives !
    Aaron, this steel is made in Japan at Takefu Steel.

    Hobbitling, thank you very much.

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