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    twelve bar turkish twist gyoto

    this is the last knife forged in my old shop. new shop to open soon.

    blade length; 10 inches
    blade thickness at spine; .115, mid point; .080, .5 inches behind tip; .030
    blade height at heel; 2.25 inches
    bolster and pins; 416 stainless
    handle; black sheep horn


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    Stunning Bill, you never disappoint!
    No matter how high the throne,
    there sits but an ass.

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    spectacular way to say goodbye to the old shop

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    That makes indeed a great final effort for the old shop!

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    Wow!

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    Very nice pattern, and great-looking knife!
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    Stunning damascus

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    Beautiful! I love the damascus design.

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    Always love seeing your work!
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    That black sheep horn!!!!!! Awesome work Bill
    Huw
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