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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    I think this ties the suji with the coastline handle for most attractive work in the Martell knives gallery.
    My top three include this latest one, the coastline handle , and the "Dave Martell #2" featuring Ancient New Zealand Kauri.

    Impressive work Dave.

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    Cool one, Dave -- I really like the wood bolster.
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    Is it crazy I have no Ironwood or Koa in my life?

    I need to remedy that Ironwood situation asap...koa...still on the fence.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    I have but one Koa handle, an early Stefan piece, and think it's gorgeous. I'd get another if the opportunity came up.
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    Here is Keith's 240mm O-1 Martell gyuto in premium AZ ironwood scales (supplied by Stefan Keller), African blackwood bolsters (supplied by Burl Source), and nickel silver pins.

    I hope it suits you Keith!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    Is it crazy I have no Ironwood or Koa in my life?

    I need to remedy that Ironwood situation asap...koa...still on the fence.
    Dave does wonders with both, why not get two knives from him, plus I think he has a good connection in Hawaii for KOA.

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    How about koa on one side and ironwood on the other?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Here is Keith's 240mm O-1 Martell gyuto in premium AZ ironwood scales (supplied by Stefan Keller), African blackwood bolsters (supplied by Burl Source), and nickel silver pins.
    Classy.

    Nice score Keith.

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    I can't believe how gorgeous that Az ironwood is. Great work.

    Now can someone please tell those heat treat guys to hurry up!

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