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    A good day at work-pics of what I have been working on

    My first sujihiki 240mm
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    Wholey guacamole!!! Those are nothing short of spectacular!
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    Beautiful, absolutely beautiful. The handle on the first gyuto is stunning. What kind of wood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Beautiful, absolutely beautiful. The handle on the first gyuto is stunning. What kind of wood?
    The third pic is of the first gyuto, that handle is blackline spalted maple with an amboynia bolster.
    The first pic is of my first sujihiki and the handle on that one is of red palm with an amboynia bolster.
    The last one is maple burl with amboynia bloster.
    More to come.

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    lookin good del......ryan

    p.s.-do u have any experience with meteorite damascus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudsy9977 View Post
    lookin good del......ryan

    p.s.-do u have any experience with meteorite damascus?
    Ryan,
    Yes, I do, I am one of the few people who can make it.
    I have made quite alot of it in the past, but not lately.
    I hve several meteorites here that I traded for a couple of years ago.

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    Here are the other 3 gyutos
    All of these knives are 240mm
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    The first one(in the second batch) is amboynia burl and the bolster is maple burl. (this is a new damascus pattern as well-let me know how you like it)
    The second one is amboynia burl and maple burl bolster.
    The third one is spalted wormy oak burl(this stuff is so cool!!!) and maple burl bolster


    I will be taking these all to the show in wisconsin this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert Ealy View Post
    The first one(in the second batch) is amboynia burl and the bolster is maple burl. (this is a new damascus pattern as well-let me know how you like it)
    ...

    That damascus is ... well, I've run out of adjectives. Stunning, beautiful, way cool, sick...

    Anyway, I really like it.

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