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    Beautiful knives, especially the ironwood handled one.

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    Thanks Bill13,

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    Wow! I've never seen more stunning knives.

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    Unreal.
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    thank you so much.

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    Absolutely love these!

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    What the heck?? Is that copper in the cladding steel? Is just the core steel made in Japan or do they make the laminate cladding as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    What the heck?? Is that copper in the cladding steel? Is just the core steel made in Japan or do they make the laminate cladding as well?
    the cladding is stainless, copper and brass with a high carbon V toku 2 core from takefu steel in Fukui Japan.

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    Absolutely love everything about these knives - blade profile, steel, handle, details - everything! It all comes together so well. Simply stunning!

    Are both blade shapes the same? Kinda hard to tell from the angle of each knife in the pics. Just curious...
    Shibui - simplicity devoid of unnecessary elements

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