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    Senior Member marc4pt0's Avatar
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    ^^ Lucretia, I'm going to need to see some more pics please. I'm just really digging on this Mareko

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    Towel paper and lemonjuice on old patina, masamoto HC.
    Sorry, cant only link from my stupid phone.
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    After the first round of repolishing Kikuryu, it takes pretty nice blue patina.


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    Very nice.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    My Ichimonji Tsunemitsu Yanagiba after a sashimi workout.





    Still some practicing left to do before I take this one to the stones, but some patina is getting there...

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    This is the one Dave just refurbished for me ( http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...Chicago-Refurb )
    After 10 boneless ribs....Nice!! Edge retention aside, I'd put this up against any J knife.
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    Nice ecchef I'm sure Dave did a good reprofiling & the handle looks good too.Those ribs brings out the blue on the blade

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    NOS vintage K-sab, that I bought last year and recently cleaned it up and it starts to take new blue patina once more.


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    A little color developing from preparing dinner after a sharpening session:


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