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    Finished Gyuto

    I think that I am finished with this one. It is a 220 gyuto in O1 with stabilized maple burl from BS and a bronze bolster with black spacer. It come with a maple saya, material also from BS. The figure in the maple is pretty cool!



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    Very nice work Spike.
    The whole package looks great.
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    Love it Spike! I guess you know what are next big project will be.lol
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    Nice work, Spike. It deserves more pics, especially close ups of the handle.

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    Yes, more pics please! I like what I see so far.
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    Mooooooooore PICS!!!

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    Another shot of the handle:

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    Another shot of the handle:


    That's even nicer!

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    Love to see a spine-centric shot of the bolster.

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