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    Either a don or a rader right now.

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    Well just saying a Jin would be enough. But when he doesn't make a gyuto's so that would make it def. unicorn grade. add a ebony handle to that well....
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    One category for this post -Serrated

    A Gude Damascus bread knife. They're insanely expensive, but so beautiful. http://www.guede-solingen.de/english/guede-eng.html
    Look under the Damascus section on the site. Incredible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangehero View Post


    I'd use it for sacrificial cheese slicing only, of course.
    Buster Warenski was the greatest knife maker ever. This piece was commissioned for the cost of $250,000.00 and Buster didn't make any money because of all the research and the amount of work that went into it, not to mention the cost of all the gold etc.

    The blade is cold forged out of a gold alloy so that it would cut. This piece is a replica of the original King Tut Dagger and is one of, if not the greatest knife made by a knife maker. I have seen this under glass.

    Hoss

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    Still think it'd work well on goat cheese
    Available handles- [url]http://s64.photobucket.com/user/mkriggen/library/Available20handles[/url]

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    My knife bag is a unicorn containment unit.
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    Found my new unicorn
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbochef422 View Post
    Found my new unicorn
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    What is this beauty?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinT View Post
    Buster Warenski was the greatest knife maker ever. This piece was commissioned for the cost of $250,000.00 and Buster didn't make any money because of all the research and the amount of work that went into it, not to mention the cost of all the gold etc.

    The blade is cold forged out of a gold alloy so that it would cut. This piece is a replica of the original King Tut Dagger and is one of, if not the greatest knife made by a knife maker. I have seen this under glass.

    Hoss
    It's remarkable to think Buster ' s amazing knife was replica of a knife made over 2000 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefcomesback View Post
    What is this beauty?
    Devin Thomas 52100 Herringbone Damascus Gyuto
    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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