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    O1 Gyuto with copper and sycamore

    I managed to steal a few hours this weekend when the boss wasn't looking... wrapped this one up. Work has been hectic to say the least.
    So as for the title, a 240 mm Gyuto.

    Blade is O1 @ HRC 61

    Bolsters are copper, with a hollow/radius'ed front.

    Copper and mosaic pins, some of Marks stabilized Sycamore scales

    Just need to brand, and its on its way! Figured I would post while I could.

    Before this went out, it got a little antiquing. Put a patina on the blade, and a little age on the copper. Maybe the new owner will pop by with a new pic!

    Thanks for looking!







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    Stunning, Pierre, as always!

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    I haven't bought a new knife in a long time. This would make me jump. Outdamnstanding sir.
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    Soooooo nice
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    Stunning!
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    Really, really nice. How and why did you decide to add patina?

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    Because I wanted patina. Duh... Just kidding...kind of.

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    That looks really nice. Especially the sycamore - that's not one I see often.

    Hope you're well Pierre!

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