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Thread: 240 mm Sabitier-ish damascus Gyuto

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    240 mm Sabitier-ish damascus Gyuto

    Ok, so another break at home, and another knife wrapped up.

    This is the tightest, most even ladder pattern I have done to date! Very happy with it.

    So 1084+ and 15N20 @ HRC 60 Tight ladder damascus

    Mokume bolsters, white fiber lined scales. Scales are redwood burl provided by the client. Copper pins to accent the copper in the mokume, mosaic center pin.

    Client requested large radius choil.

    Spine and choil rounded.

    Sorry for the crappy pics, took them on a job folder in the snow! lol!! Ignore the finger prints on the blade, it look good till I down uploaded the pics! most of the dark areas are reflections, not smudges or prints, the blade is very reflective.

    Thanks for looking! (Good to be home again!)







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    Email pierre@rodrigueknives.com

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    Stunning Pierre!
    Huw
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    Nicely done!
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    Very nice, Pierre! Love that ladder damascus.

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    Very nice

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    Back with a bang. It's a beauty!
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    Gorgeous! The redwood burl really pairs nicely with that sweet laddering.

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    Wowee maui! Purrrrrrrty

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    I want one. But I want a lot of things I can't have. But that looks really good.
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    Stunning ladder! and that handle is beautiful and elegant.

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