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Dave Martell

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We offer re-handling service for Japanese knives.

Here are a few examples of work that we've done...

**Please skip to the end (last page) of this thread to view my most recent work.

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If you're interested in having similar work done to your knives please contact us at JapaneseKnifeSharpening.com to discuss details.

Base Cost $175 + materials (average is usually $25)
 
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hien

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i need one :) do you have any materials i can pick from?
 

hien

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sveet !!! hopefully soon = very soon lolz
 

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Shameless plug for Dave: if you don't have one, you need to get one. The craftsmanship is just top notch.
 

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Rick, that's one of the bad things about leaving there, all that work down the crapper. I do need to get up some gallery type posts up here though, huh? I'll get on it, thanks for the reminder.


Emanuel ,Thanks for the plug!
 

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Hey now... I recognize that bad boy! :/
 

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We offer re-handling service for western handled Japanese knives.

Here are a few examples of work that we've done...


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Taken all together, handle and fantastic etch, THE most wicked Hiro AS ever....

Looks like this one was thinned a little as well... did you do this before you stopped thinning the ASes?
 

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I can't remember but I think that I didn't thin it. Emanuel will have to answer this one.
 

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Seriously, how did he get the patina that black and have it bleed even more into a gray then into the SS. Just beautiful. I'm in awe.
 

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Yeehaw, I always liked to go look at the group buy galleries, now they are coming here. The etching is way cool. Dave are you still working on the group buy # 4, and are you still doing etching. I would love to get my hiro done.
 
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