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  1. #61
    A couple from Haburn Knives. He's a poster on Reddit, where I often frequent.


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  2. #62
    I like the Nakiri looking one

  3. #63
    It's not often we find other makers who can do a kitchen knife that looks right, but wow, this one really surprised me. Mitchell Knives:



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    Wow. That's a looker Don. How long is she?

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    Says about 200mm or so, 1095 steel with hamon (not visible in pictures).

    Doesn't seem like he does many other kitchen knives.
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    It is a yanagiba? Or what is going on there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Gibson View Post
    It is a yanagiba? Or what is going on there?
    Probably doesn't have the concave back side...but the work is crazy clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrisAnderson27 View Post
    Probably doesn't have the concave back side...but the work is crazy clean.
    Actually, it does: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...otype-Yanagiba

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    Quote Originally Posted by perneto View Post
    Very nice! That's strikingly clean work. Seriously.

  10. #70
    I am just so surprised. He is a very good maker, but all of his work is pretty modern/tactical. This is so far off from his usual style that I'm just in awe for how well it seems to have turned out.
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