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    Konosuke 240 gyuto/270 kikuichi suji

    I am selling two knives from my personal collection. To get some more supplies.

    Fist one up is a Konosuke 240 gyuto with a hidden tang western handle.

    Wood is Ringed Gidgee from Burl Source with a blue resin ferrule. Asking $180.00

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    Next is a 270 Kikuichi Elite carbon Sujihiki, asking $165.00. Great knife, just replaced with something more awesome from one of our vendors.

    I believe the wood is Buckeye burl with nickel silver rivets. It has been a long time since I made the handle so if the wood is wrong, sorry.

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    PP fees and shipping included.

    Shoot me a pm if you have any questions.

    Thanks, Matt

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    i'm first for the 240

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    Quote Originally Posted by mano View Post
    i'm first for the 240
    Lol, I just sent you a knife 5 min ago.

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    Konosuke sold.

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    Gah. I leave for a couple of hours and miss this.

    Nice catch!
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    Thanks, I've wanted one or something like it but let a few go and regretted it. The fact Matt makes terrific handles is a bonus.

    Is the blade on the yo the same as the wa?

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    Kikuichi pending.

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    These are too cheap! I mean, seriously!

    It comes in great condition, plus patina, finish sharpening, and custom handle(converted on the HD) for $10 on the suji and LESS MONEY on the gyuto.

    You are insane.

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    Yeah, those knives were priced to sell. I would have nabbed the gyuto if I had been quick enough.

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