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    Superb Ian.... been looking at your work and there are some great pieces coming out of your shop, can't wait to give them a try!

    Eat to live? -> live to eat... but as long as we are at it... eat very, very well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haburn View Post
    A couple that came and went in the store today.







    The San Mai looks amazing


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    Stunning work! What is the blue ferrule made of?

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    Thanks guys.
    Groc, I used mammoth tooth for the blue spacers on both knives. The ferrule on the san mai gyuto is carbon fiber.
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    Just a reminder that I offer a complimentary engraved message for gifts. I used exhibition grade koa for this example, but it depends on what I have in stock.

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    Stainless san mai with a 52100 core wearing carbon fiber and Hawaiian koa:



    Build that I've been looking forward to for the past year. Coupons cut for damascus, mammoth tooth, carbon fiber, carbon fiber, and more carbon fiber!

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    Integral san mai petty bolster detail. You can see how the core is fattens up in the bolster, which is tell tale of being forged as one piece. If the core stays pretty consistent through the blade and bolster, the bolsters were welded on after the blade was forged.


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    She is a 10.

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    Can't even fathom the amount of work that went into that one, that piece is amazing!

    Congratulations Ian and to the new lucky owner....
    Eat to live? -> live to eat... but as long as we are at it... eat very, very well!

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    Thanks guys, here's the gyuto:


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