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    Yoshikane and Bog oak

    Just finished re handle on Western Yoshikane SLD 240 mm Gyuto
    I thought with black KU knife, Dark Bog Oak will fit very nicely with all that teksture and dark patterns

    I will also make saya for it and it go up for sale in my store

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    Wow! Thats nice and I don't even like western handles

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    Very nice, I love bog oak.

    Stefan

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    Very nice handle!
    “Lettuce is divine, although I’m not sure it’s really a food.” D. Vreeland

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    Sweet!

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    cool, to bad im a Wa handle guy

    but looks great, and the knife is also great

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    Beautiful Knife. Great job matching the handle to the blade.
    When you put it up for sale you may want to mention the magical properties of bog oak.
    Mark Farley / It's a Burl
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    Thank you all
    I also really like Bog Oak. It is subfossile wood of oak trees, the one i have on that knife is black and should be the oldest you can get 1700 years or more. I really love the texture it have.

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    Wow, you did a great job.

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    Very nice, i love how the pattern matches on both scales!

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