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    Sweet, Dave. It took me forever to finally send the handle and knife to you, but it sure looks great.

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    Here's very nice lefty Shigefusa yanagiba with it's new Stefan handle installed. Check out the blond buffalo horn ferrule, sweetness!
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    Is that dyed maple? It looks fantastic and the blond horn is awesome with it. Nice job guys.

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    Looks nice, thanks Dave. To be honest, I am not sure what the wood is - I had sent in maple burl and box elder burl for dying and stabilizing but didn't mark them. When they came back I found them harder to tell apart than before. But I think this is box elder.

    Stefan

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    Very Nice

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    Wow I got chills looking at that knife. If only you made D-handles.

    Keep up the great work.
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    I don't? I'm just slow with them (as if I were fast with anything else...) and prefer making octagons, but occasionally I try D-shaped ones. Thanks for the kind words,

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    Wow I got chills looking at that knife. If only you made D-handles.

    Keep up the great work.
    One of Stefan's 'D' beauties:

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    Here is Mike's gyuto with it's new Stefan handle installed. The handle is constructed of Hawaiian Halawood with an African blackwood ferrule & copper spacer, she's a looker.....
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