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    4 knives, S35VN

    240mm Gyuto, 200mm petty, 80mm sheepsfoot parer all S35VN, stabilized spalted inkline, Titanium spacers, carbon fiber bolsters, center mosaic pin.
    The fourth knife is a 100mm parer, CPM S35VN, stainless bolsters, ringed gidgee, center mosaic pin.
    Thanks for looking.
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    That 240, damn that thing was nice!
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    Amazing work. I've been missing your knife porn as of late. Have you done the shape of ferrule/bolster before?

    k.
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    Wow, great stuff! I love the combo of the techy steel, cf, and ti with the wood. The bolster shape really fits with the sleak/modern overall aaesthetic. IMO this some of your best work to date.

    I just sold my 3 SS pettys... what do you think of the s35vn? How would you compare it to s30v? I always thought the s30v had amazing attainable sharpness, but was bit lacking in fine edge retention and toughness.

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    very nice indeed

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    Great stuff Pierre! I've said it to you a few times but I'll say it again: I love your handle work! Can't wait for mine!

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    Beautiful work, Pierre!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Amazing work. I've been missing your knife porn as of late. Have you done the shape of ferrule/bolster before?

    k.
    I have dabbled with similar. This one really lends itself to pinch gripping, the bolster faces are slanted back, and tapered, so fairly thin side to side.


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    Great, awesome, amazing, fantastic and ummm beautiful work.
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