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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    actually, its a little curved... its really quite a unique piece
    Well, the fun never ends with this one, does it?!

    It'll be voted ECG Queen next year, and we'll have a parade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    actually, its a little curved... its really quite a unique piece
    Wow, that must have cost a few work hours....

    Stefan

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    Jan, we need to get together, I have to see this one in person.

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    Killer knife!

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    Very nice! Nice find, and way to make it happen Jon!
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    Email me at: tmclean@sharpandshinyshop.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Nice find, and way to make it happen Jon!
    I can't say enough about working with Jon. He came back from Japan with great ideas and met knifemakers virtually unheard of in this country. He's been willing to work with me on payment plans. He's really been an all around mensch.

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    If they decide to do it more, the Japanese can put out some ridiculous looking handles. I've seen a few here and there from them that totally blew my mind! with every type of material imaginable. I've been constantly begging Koki to find someone there to make handles like these.

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    I just keep comming back to this thread, really beautiful knife.

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    I think this one, Salty's scimitar, Colin's suji from Burke, and that Devin bubble wrap gyuto made for Adam are the four knives that are forever burned in my mind.

    k.
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