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    Damascus 240 Wa Gyuto by JMJones







    Damascus 240 Wa Gyuto by JMJones
    Specs
    Steel: 01/l6 pattern welded JMJones steel
    Length of Blade: 240 mm heal to tip
    Blade Height: 47mm
    Thickness of Spine: 3mm at heal, 1.5mm at midpoint, .8mm 1 cm from tip
    Grind: convex
    Handle: Stabilized Maple burl and African Blackwood
    Handle dimensions 140mm Octagonal tapering from 31mmx23mm to 25mmx19mm
    Total weight or knife: 229 grams

    Price: $450 shipped in US (insurance at cost if you want it)

    Thanks for looking. Happy to answer any and all questions.

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    That pattern is absolutely stunning!

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    I really like that maple burl. It looks like it matches the Damascus on the blade.
    "Sucking at something is the first step to becoming sorta good at something." -Jake the Dog

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    Well to get things moving and to get into the Holiday spirit, 100% of the proceeds from this knife will be used to "adopt a family" or two and will be spent buying children Christmas presents. I will send the buyer conformation from the local community action program to verify that all funds were used for this purpose.

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    Few more pics



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    Not to get all wax poetic here, but that Damascus makes me envision a stream flowing over it's bed of pebbles and rocks. Just looks really cool to me.

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    Beautiful work . . .

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    Thats a beauty man. Very awesome dammy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc4pt0 View Post
    Not to get all wax poetic here, but that Damascus makes me envision a stream flowing over it's bed of pebbles and rocks. Just looks really cool to me.
    Thanks, one of my favorite parts of knife making is etching the Damascus once the blade is finished and seeing the pattern for the first time.

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