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    Hmmm. Not only is she cutting on a polly board, but her belt is seemingly unable to support that piece of kit. And having said piece of kit in a quick draw rig, it shouldn't have its hammer in the cocked position...

    Steely. as for photos, I am getting closer to narrowing down the shapes i will be using for the new line. Any thing else you can add would be bonus!

    Sachem, love your taste in, um, tools!


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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    I am glad to see she is wearing safety glasses .

    Pierre going to need a little more information shape wise.
    34-25-36 is my guess. B-cup, at most.
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    Adding :

    Sheffield, England
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    Wish i had a better picture of this.

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    1830 France
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    18th century
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    3rd B.C.
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    and a Harley mama.
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    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    Lol!! Awsome!

    Here are a couple questions. The knives from Japan, that are considered the peak of the art by today's standard, how long have those designs/profiles been around. Are there any images or drawings depicting Japanese knives from previous centuries? Are today's shape just that? "Today's" shape? I know that doesn't play into the "butcher" knife theme, but these old pics got me thinking, and I don't recall finding much on the web photo wise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    Lol!! Awsome!

    Here are a couple questions. The knives from Japan, that are considered the peak of the art by today's standard, how long have those designs/profiles been around. Are there any images or drawings depicting Japanese knives from previous centuries? Are today's shape just that? "Today's" shape? I know that doesn't play into the "butcher" knife theme, but these old pics got me thinking, and I don't recall finding much on the web photo wise.
    I think Mari may have posted some old paintings or drawings of Japanese knives.

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    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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