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    Catcheside Cutlery - Knives available.

    Hello All
    I thought I had better start a separate thread for finished knives which are available to purchase.
    This little lot is ready and all finished. Details for each are on my website.
    If your not already on there, click to join my mailing list to hear when extras are available and any special offers, I will have more stock to add shortly in plenty of time for Christmas.
    http://www.catchesidecutlery.com/shop.html

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    Will, you no longer use the "Hereford - England" mark?

    Them's some nice knives you got there!
    Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter

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    Thanks Dave, yeah, i had to simlify the logo, to allow for a range of sizes. The tiny writing would not come out clearly on the small logo's.

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    And will the "Hereford - England" work on; well lets say a 250 Funayuki? I kind of like it....

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    Wow, that suji is amazing. Looks like a single bevel.

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    Still available, I'll offer a 20% forum discount off any of these 4, thats 20% off the prices listed on my site. Just drop me a pm and i'll send you the discounted total.

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    the different levels of finishes on the suji's blade are really a thing of beauty. Rough and elegant at the same time. Impressive.

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    I owe my wife a knife, but I have to wait until after the new year. Not sure how defense budget cuts will affect me.
    Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter

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    Just the lovely little san mai Suji remaining from that lot.
    I've given a nice discount and applied it to the web price.
    http://www.catchesidecutlery.com/shop.html

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    The pictures don't do your knives justice . Got the little knife today and love it . The handle is beautiful, precise and very comfortable . The knife is outrageously sharp. I'm going to go over your sharpening progression . Going to get a lot of use out of it.
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