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Discussion in 'Knife & Gear Galleries' started by CB1968, Nov 13, 2018.
My latest fav's
Who made the Gyuto that is fifth from the right?
These are insane
Who made these guys:
--2nd Gyuto from right (i.e. the one w/ integral bolster)?
--Gyuto w/ brass bolster to the right of the Marko suji?
The integral is From Bill Burke, the knife with the Mokume bolster is San-Mai, spicy white core from Marko Tsourkan.
I really like that one from Marko--cool handle shape too.
I'm curious about the Marko third on the right, that's the one with Devin mystery carbon core? if so, how is it working out for you?
All excellent knives, great collection.
'spicy white steel' just sounds hella sexy.
No that knife has Devin's PM carbon core, its insane steel.
Right, that's what I meant forgot the PM part . How's sharpening it, if you had to do it yet?
Diamond seems to work best, gets very sharp and holds the edge for an eternity.
Very cool. Maybe one day I’ll be able to find one like it.
Haven’t posted for a while, few knives from DT
That western DT and mareko are something else for sure.
Kamon, Comet, Kippington, Antzenberger the.9nine, all various steels.
WHAT???????? the Ashi honyaki didn't make the cut??????
240mm Ashi Honyaki
300mm Western Sujihiki from Mert Tansu in SG2
that is a really cool looking handle on the one with copper spacer
Beauties ... one and all ... remember if you are ever trying to make room on that center knife strip, since all those DT's take up a lot of room, just let me know brother ... ;-) ... my Mareko time is almost upon me ...
@the.9nine, ancient Red gum, its an awesome cutter as well, anyone that has a knife from Robert will tell you that he makes fantastic knives.
Damn mate, I knew you had some nice knives, but damn
Holy Moley, some real beauts in here. Well, all of them actually!
Must get around to making a page like this one day.
Dig that The.9 a lot
I’ll say I like the handles for your knifes
Tansu San-Mai Gyuto
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