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    More on these two Stainless clad specials. And some experimenting with the handles...



    The split Ferrule is Nickel silver a 5 mm stainless spacer and nickel silver. Thought I would experiment with a fuller in the stainless spacer.




    Mid grind



    Fully ground, ready for final finish and fit up....


    As I remember they are a 260mm Gyuto and 280mm Suji. Will be finished and available next week.

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    Drop dead gorgeous Will! Please excuse me now...I have to hold up a convenience store.
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    I don't need another catcheside suji, I don't need another catcheside suji....do I need another catcheside Suji?!... I need another catcheside suji!!

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    Thank goodness for you knife knuts Thanks Fellas.

    Polishing lots of little bits of steel all afternoon I was. Sometimes it helps to get a bit Zen with your work

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    Got around to getting these finished today, lots and lots of time playing with the finish. Fully polished out was too much, so settled on a very good even hand finish and a light buff.
    You will see lots of activity here, because we have an 01 core then a layer of pure nickel then a very thin layer of more high carbon steel to get some nice frosty activity in the stainless cladding.















    Finished articles, now happy with the finish, honed, they cut fantastically, tested on dinner Rude not to , Gallery pics to follow.


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    thay look sick Will. outstanding work!

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    Gorgeous!
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    Lovely! Man that gyuto would really match my suji...

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    Those are awesome.

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    A couple in progress.
    Just finishing off this special ground Nakiri.
    Gettin the hollows established and bevels flat and even, back and forth several times between grinder and diamond plate getting it right. Then I can move to finishing processes. Its very time consuming, but worth it for the results of cutting.



    And a quick test piece for stainless damascus clad knives coming up. I may do something a bit different and just do this as double bevel, with very subtle hollows above the bevels, hand rubbed and etched, bevels stone finish..... maybe...what do you think?
    After HT and temper cycles


    After a quick grind and etch, core will come up a fair bit yet....

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