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    The two Mono, a 250mm Gyuto and a 220mm Suji special.





    Thanks All.

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    Finally !!!!

    Nice looking knives all of them!
    And it appears the sun is shining and there is green grass

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    Finally, lol, yes thanks Robin, hope you enjoy it.

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    Holy ****!!!!!! Wow, what beautiful knives! Really great stuff, Will!
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    I'm sure i will!
    Will you please e-mail shipping details?


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    I can't resist but to post a quick phone pic of these I just finished. A 240mm and a 200mm Gyuto pair. In Stainless clad 01. Handles are Marks super deep red amboyna with cow horn ferrule, faux ivory and red spacers.
    Still playing with the finish, then i'll get some proper pics. These pair are no lasers, 3.5mm with a very convex grind and a convex taper, but very thin at the edge and tip. Very sturdy knives, but cut like a charm. These will be available when I'm 100% happy with them.

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    Beautiful work Will!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Beautiful work Will!
    once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right

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    Nice looking san mai there Will. I think the cow horn and amboyna could have stood on their own, but the white and red spacers ain't that bad either.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Thanks Guys, Red spacers are always seem a little controversial

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