So I know I don’t need to “justify” selling a knife, but due to some not-so-good circumstances in my life I have fallen on some bad times. The hard thing for me is that I have to let go of some things—things that I have worked very hard to get—due to a situation that was completely out of my control.
As a result, I am forced to sell my beautiful custom Rodrigue knife—something that to be honest I don’t want to do.
I’m not going to drag this out so here are the specifications:
Sabatier profile CPM-154 at 62 HRC, 10” (250mm) cutting length and 50mm high at the heel. The thickness is 2.5mm at the heel and it tapers to 1.5mm at the middle of the spine all the way to .8mm an inch from the tip. Nickel/silver bolster, 3/16” hidden pins and single center mosaic. Cocobolo scales. Spine and heel chamfered (rounded). The knife is like new, no scratches.
Here is my review with pictures: http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...ife?highlight=
And here are more pictures for those interested…
I’m hoping it can go to a good home—someone who will appreciate it.
I had a difficult time coming up with an asking price, but considering my circumstances, the original cost, Pierre’s wait time and my own time and effort put into this custom, I am asking $650 + S&H.
Thanks for looking.