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    Here is Dave's Suisin gyuto with it's new Stefan handle installed....
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    Love the end cap and ferule. is that mammoth ivory?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    Love the end cap and ferule. is that mammoth ivory?
    The end cap is mammoth tooth, the ferrule is dyed maple burl. But the colors go very well together, so I just combined them here. Looks nice on a knife

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    All these look amazing

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    Here is Erik's nakiri with it's new Stefan handle installed. I'm pretty sure that the end wood species is maple but the middle main portion is unknown to me, help Stefan!

    This is a real good looking well finished handle that suits the knife very nicely.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Here is Dave's Suisin gyuto with it's new Stefan handle installed....
    that's just killer!

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    Thanks, guys! The wood on Erik's nakiri is just a really nice piece of koa, that comes in many different shapes and patterns...

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Thanks, guys! The wood on Erik's nakiri is just a really nice piece of koa, that comes in many different shapes and patterns...

    Stefan

    Koa? I can see it kind of but it's just way too nice, well not that koa isn't nice, it's just that this piece is super nice compared to what we usually see. Well ya fooled me Mr. Keller

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    Yep, that piece definitely stands out, maybe I should have called is heirloom quality

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Koa? I can see it kind of but it's just way too nice, well not that koa isn't nice, it's just that this piece is super nice compared to what we usually see. Well ya fooled me Mr. Keller
    That may be because it's running diagonally. Either way it's super nice looking!! Great job guys!
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