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Thread: A couple of new ones gyuto and nakiri

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    A couple of new ones gyuto and nakiri

    Gyuto; redwood and maple burl.

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    nakiri; amboynia burl and box elder burl

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    and the passaround knife a modified gyuto

    Modified gyuto; black palm and california buckeye burl
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    Really nice looking knives there, Del!
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    Again, you amaze me!

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    I really like the handle on the nakiri.

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    WOW Del!
    All 3 look great.

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    Amboynia is quickly becoming a favorite wood of mine. Looks great on that nakiri. Is that your first nakiri?

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    I like the damascus pattern on the first one, with the redwood and maple.

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