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    HHH Knives, Damascus and hippp tooth

    Here are a pair I just finished up. Wanted to share some images and the specs. The Siji is my first Left hand ground knife ever!! Both knives were sharpened entirely on stones.. Something I have found to give me a much nicer OOTB edge!

    Suji:
    OAL, 446mm
    Blade, 300mm.. heel to tip 1080 and 15n20 Feather pattern.
    Heel, 45mm high
    Spine, 2.2mm heel, tapering to 1mm a inch behind the tip
    Grind, Left hand convex ground.
    Handle, 130mm long 25.2mm front height, 26.7mm back height. 18mm wide front 19.5mm wide back.
    Materials, Stabilized curly redwood and Hippo tooth. mosaic pins.

    Paring:
    OAL, 206mm
    Blade 10mm heel to tip, 1080/15n20 feather damascus
    Heel 29mm high
    Spine, 1.8mm above heel tapering to .81mm a inch behind the tip.
    Grind, 50/50 full flat blended convex edge.
    Handle, 95mm long
    Materials, Stabilized curlu redwood and hippo tooth, mosaic pins.

    Thanks for looking, as always. Comments and or critiques welcomed.

    God Bless




    Inspired by God, Forged by Fire, Tempered by Water, Grounded by Earth, Guided by the spirit.. Randy Haas

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    Damn! Very nice work Randy & Son!
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    Thanks you sir..

    Inspired by God, Forged by Fire, Tempered by Water, Grounded by Earth, Guided by the spirit.. Randy Haas

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    OUT OF THIS WORLD. Bravo, love the taller rise on the pairing knife. The H in the pin is an artistic statement in itself. Can't imagine the R&D on that design?

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    Very nice Randy's! Looks very good.

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    Wow they finished up very nicely.

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    Very cool! Great color combo, and the steel is great also, of course.

    Stefan

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    Holy Sh!t, those aren't ugly at all!
    Well done.
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    Wow, someone is going to have a couple of cutlery showpieces before too long. Nice work to the Haas family.

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    Thanks Guys! These should be delivered to Son very soon!

    I dont know if its worth mentioning, But The suji was ground for a lefty!! This was a first for me, And I called on a few people in this community for advise as to how to accomplish this properly.. Thanks guys
    I cant wait to hear how it cuts. I did some test cuts and felt like a fish out of water cutting with my left hand.. so Im not sure if I nailed it or fell somewhere south of a perfect lefty grind.. The paring knife on the other hand, is a 50/50 with the cutting edge left bias.. but I couldn't tell any difference in my test cutting. It just worked effortlessly and cut like a dream!

    Thanks again to all who commented and for you continued support and encouragement!

    God Bless

    Inspired by God, Forged by Fire, Tempered by Water, Grounded by Earth, Guided by the spirit.. Randy Haas

    240mm Stainless Gyuto!!

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