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    Handles for Paring and Hankotsu

    Just made upgrade for one of my costumers, with burn chestnut handle.
    I think looks much cooler then regular Ho wood

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    Ho wood is as boring as it gets. Some say it's all about the knife, but if you can have a nice handle too, why not. These knives look great.

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    this is the exact same ho wood handle ,
    just just painted in chestnut ?

    looks nice , like Heijis and ets handles.

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    i like the look nice knives and handles

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    Quote Originally Posted by gentlecook View Post
    this is the exact same ho wood handle ,
    just just painted in chestnut ?

    looks nice , like Heijis and ets handles.
    I thought these are chestnut, which is then burned to add durability and grip.

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    i recived them yesterday have to say they look so much better in IRL, the Hankotsu will never be a natural beauty but it works, my first J-style boning knife, and they works realy well (use it in a pro kitchen). the handles are burned chestnut.

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