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    Gyuto and Nakiri




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    Beautiful knives! What length are the blades and what are the woods Del used for the handles/ferrules?

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    Dang Matt, you have been getting some beauties recently. Great looking knives.

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    Love them.

    The nakiri handle is particularly understated and stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    Love them.

    The nakiri handle is particularly understated and stunning.
    +1 (+++)

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    Sorry it cut the pic off.....not sure why....
    The Nakiri is 185, the Gyuto is 210
    The gyuto has ironwood and maple Burl.
    The Nakiri is ironwood and something really dark....Maybe ebony.... Del picked it out.
    Both knives are light and nimble..... The etch is very deep; easily palpable.
    Haven't used them much, but I really like the profile of the gyuto.
    I sharpened them up through the Kitayama ..... It left a nice shiny edge to contrast with the dark Damascus.

    Thanks y'all

    Matt

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    Beau-tee-full!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    Beau-tee-full!
    Thanks all.
    Lucretia, which book is that from, I have all of them and I don't recall that line(speaking of your sig line)

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