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Dave Martell

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Feb 27, 2011
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Del just sent a couple of gyutos for me to list for sale. (Thanks Del!)

Here's a couple of teasers....



Can you say laser? :lol2:

The top one is oak burl with a maple burl bolster
The second one is amboynia burl with a maple burl bolster
I was just looking at the knives again and I'm so impressed with how thin Del is grinding his knives. I hope I can get mine close to this.

I like a nice trim girl just as much as the next guy but sometimes I really do like her to have some meat on her bones, if you get what I am saying:jumpy:
:eek2: Del's work is awesome!!! Do you guys believe in blade at first sight??? I just had to have it!!

I'm curious.... has anyone ever done the hidden tang design on a split Wa?? just brilliant! makes it balance better!
It is a great design that he's come up with. I hope that you get lots of enjoyment out of using it Victor.
Wow! your work is stunning Delbert! Those knives are going quick.
Dave- does Del do cleavers? I bet a Del-cleaver would be amazing...

For all you guys still drooling over the pics and wish you would have been faster in picking one up, I will shortly be working on another batch of knives that will available at the east coast gathering.
I had a chance to handle these knives today and I was super impressed with them. They are so finely ground and LIGHT! Took me by surprise wen I lifted them up.

Just wanted to pass along my compliments.:thumbsup:
Once again the ECG F's me:bashhead:
Chefs got to retire 1st, may be another 15 years:crying::chefcut:
There is always the ashokan seminar, held not far from woodstock. Usually the third weekend in september, maybe you can drop in then for a few. I'm there every year.

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