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    Quote Originally Posted by WillC View Post
    High layer Feathered W's pattern wa Gyuto finished.
    This one has a Stabilzed Horse Chestnut burl handle with solid explosion damascus fittings.
    The steels are 75ni8 and en42J
    The blade is 240mm, 49mm height. Lots of taper, 2.2, 1.8, 0.7. Fully convex faces. Uber thin at the edge, cuts very well indeed.









    This is a beautiful knife!

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    Yep, a beauty!

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    Thanks Guys, Glad you like it

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    Looking great, Will -

    Dave - I was thinking about the same thing.

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    Will this is great. Great knives. Particularly the chestnut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    This is a beautiful knife!
    oh my yes it is.

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    Thanks Guys that means allot.
    We have grass in abundance in Herefordshire Its been a very mild winter so far though, only just had the first frost. Must be that global warming.
    Glad you like the chestnut bcrano, I've not really seen it used much and I just thought it was very nice and subtle.
    The profile would have been taller if I could have got it out of the billet but I like this profile, somewhere between a tall Suji and a Gyuto.

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    I really love that handle...good stuff Will.

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    I like the profile! Was not sure about the bolster/ferrule hybrid with the metal until you got a close up of the pattern. The feather blade pattern is gorgeous. At this rate the way you guys are producing and advancing I am going to end up with 600 knives easy by the time I'm 60. You guys are amazing.

    Kind Regards

    Bryan

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