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    Sanmai honesuki, Damascus boning knife, Honyaki petty, San mai gyuto, Damascus sujihiki (my first), 52100 gyuto, Honyaki yanigiba.
    Sorry for the patina.

    Thanks for doing this Mert its above and beyond.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheeks1989 View Post


    From left to right
    Sanmai honesuki, Damascus boning knife, Honyaki petty, San mai gyuto, Damascus sujihiki (my first), 52100 gyuto, Honyaki yanigiba.
    Sorry for the patina.

    Thanks for doing this Mert its above and beyond.
    Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner!!!


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    I have ordered a 280mm 52100 workhorse gyuto from Mert. However, I still need to wait for another 8 months. Hopefully, the new power hammer Mert just got is going to speed up the process.

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    Here are my 3 from you, Mert


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    • 235mm Gyuto 52100 in Australian Rosewood/Nickel
    • 170mm Kiritsuke Blue 2 honyaki in Snakewood/African blackwood/nickel
    • 270mm Suji 1095 honyaki in Birdseye red gum/marble horn w/ matching saya

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    This is the knife Mert spoke of in the opening of this thread. It is the last blade he made with out his makers mark. 230mm gyuto in 52100 hidden tang western handle in curly maple w/ Australian ringed gidgee ferrule and end cap, brass bolster. Tiger Maple Saya.

    Words can not explain my thoughts on this knife......... Everything changed after I received this functional work of art!

    Good food is essential, where knives are an integral part of the process.

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    A very generous way of showing your appreciation to the good folk who have bought and use your knives. Even better, it showcases your work to newbies like me. We all get to see a gallery of some great knives. Excellent looking output with seriously positive feedback from users. Let's hope you continue producing these beauties for a long time to come.

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    240 suji in 52100!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furminati View Post
    Bad ass boning knife. When I saw the first one you put out, I would show cooks the picture on my phone [IMG][/IMG] like normal people show off their kids. Lol.
    Normal ? We are way past that point Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheeks1989 View Post


    From left to right
    Sanmai honesuki, Damascus boning knife, Honyaki petty, San mai gyuto, Damascus sujihiki (my first), 52100 gyuto, Honyaki yanigiba.
    Sorry for the patina.

    Thanks for doing this Mert its above and beyond.
    Thanks for your support Sam , that's the ultimate "family picture "

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    Quote Originally Posted by 42537703 View Post
    I have ordered a 280mm 52100 workhorse gyuto from Mert. However, I still need to wait for another 8 months. Hopefully, the new power hammer Mert just got is going to speed up the process.
    It's not the process man , it's the whatever time I have left after 2 kitchens and 2 young kids


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