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    Konosuke Fujiyama Blue #1 Mukimono and Petty

    Yesterday some really interesting knives arrived from Japan

    180mm Mukimono, Blue#1, 65-66HRC, Kurouchi Tsuchime.
    https://toshoknifearts.com/shop/kniv...wood-octagonal

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    180mm Petty in the same line
    https://toshoknifearts.com/shop/kniv...wood-octagonal
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    Really nice. Any ETA on more stainless/semi Konosuke 180mm pettys?

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    We should be getting some Konosuke SLD stainless clad knives (eventually a full line) before the end of march. Right now the only stainless 180mm petty we have is this one (https://toshoknifearts.com/shop/kniv...-2-petty-180mm)

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    I really like the look of that Petty. Is there any additional benefit for not having the ferrule bedsides the looks? Is it iron clad?

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    Mostly It is for looks, It also lowers the cost of the knife a bit. Yes the cladding is iron.

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