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    Gesshin Hide Chinese Cleaver with Engraved Cranes

    Finally had some free time to get this one up on the website:
    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/...er-cranes.html



    Measurements:

    Total Length- 335mm
    Blade Length- 228mm
    Blade Height at Heel- 105mm
    Blade Height at Middle- 109mm
    Blade Height at Tip- 106mm
    Handle Length- 116mm
    Handle Width- 22.5mm
    Spine Thickness at Handle- 3.12mm
    Spine Thickness at Middle- 2.9mm
    Spine Thickness at Tip- 1.25mm
    Blade Thickness Between Spine and Edge at Tip- 2.20mm
    Blade Thickness Between Spine and Edge at Heel- 3.00mm
    Weight- 641g

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    good looking cleaver!
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    My internets are being super stupid today, so I had a ton of time between clicking the link and seeing the price to contemplate exactly how much I would spend on this cleaver. Thankfully, it was still quite a bit more than the "damnit, fine I'll buy it anyways" high spot (which is just above the "I can afford this" high spot).

    Crazy nice knife though.


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    Good thing I'm not into cleavers.
    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
    Lyrical arsonist it's arduous spitting this smartest arsenic/

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    I bought one of these Hide Cleavers from Jon and I'm very happy with the purchase. Can't get over how easy it is to get razor sharp. Very well made.

    Wino

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    Little too heavy for my taste, but it's reeeeeeeeeally cool looking

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    That is soooo nice! I wonder how hefty that is... Im acustomed to a #6. It might be a cool change of pace. Has anyone changed up the weight?

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    we have had a few in different thicknesses and weights... some like a #6, some like a #7, and so on

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