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  1. #151
    I like the ones w/ tooth and black palm...what's the crazy burl that is the main handle part?
    one man gathers what another man spills...

  2. #152
    Will, I am totally digging the new handle with the pin

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    Looking great as always, Will!

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    Thanks Guys,
    The ones with mammoth and palm the wood is European curly birch, one dyed one natural. I used the palm grain side on, which gave the effect of the spots, almost like animal foot prints.

    The pair with the bolster and pin rather than ferrule were requested as Kramer-esc profiles and handles. Whilst not attempting to be an exact copy of Kramer profile and handle design, this is my take on the brief, handles were requested to be fairly simple.

    The construction was hidden tang on them with a buckeye spacer as the Rosewood was not quite wide enough as it turned out, but so nice we had to use it, so I did hidden tang.

    Thanks all, maybe I should add these as an option to my website.

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    Looks awesome now they are finished.Cant wait to do some chopping.cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillC View Post
    Thanks all, maybe I should add these as an option to my website.

    Um.... I'm going to say yes to this. I'm digging the ferrule-less handles here. That suji hybrid is looking pretty bad ass, and I'm also liking the profile of the larger gyuto on the far right of the family portrait

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    A few of these two in stainless clad.
    Blade specs, stainless clad/01 core with nickel. Core 61hrc.
    Both are approximately 3.5mm over the heel, full distal taper. Very...very... thin behind the edge.... whilst nicely convex faces.
    The finish is hand rubbed to 600 grit and a light polish and etch.

    Handles are stabilized dyed maple and birch. With solid nickel silver ferrule, split with a fullered stainless spacer. Stainless endcap with mosaic pin.
    The Gyuto is actually a 240mm, (245)
    The Suji a 280mm
    Both balance on the heel.


















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    Wow, you outdid yourself, the frosting on the blades is spectacular. Love the mosaic pin and new ferrule design, shiny!

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    Wow !!!

  10. #160
    You outdid yourself on those, Will.
    Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries. Now go away you silly man or I shall taunt you a second time!

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