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    Wow! They're both gorgeous but the petty is incredible! Nice pics.

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    Yup, that petty is incredible. I thnk these speak for themselves. Once again, great job Pierre!
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    That Suji is a beauty

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    Beautiful knives, well done again.

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    Strong work, Pierre, and what is nicer is they they are both coming my way

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Strong work, Pierre, and what is nicer is they they are both coming my way

    k.
    Nice catches, K! You were just a little faster than me on the petty, but I'm glad you got it.

    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Line cooked View Post
    That Suji is a beauty
    Yeah, and I see that it already sold at CKTG. And yes, Rick, I am lucky. Thanks for being a tad slower

    k.
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    Ok, here is the last of the three...
    Sheepsfoot parer, CPM 154, hand rubbed

    Stainless bolsters and pins

    Black and white ebony scales



    And a nice family photo...



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    300 mm, 176 layer, ladderpattern damascus suji

    Blade steels are 1084 and 15N20

    Full distal taper, rounded spine and choil.

    G10 ferrule, white vulcanized fiber and stainless spacers on each side of a
    very nice piece of blue mammoth tooth!

    Stabilized, dyed, maple burl handle. Thanks for looking!

    Pierre







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