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Dave Martell

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Through a generous donation made by Karring (Mr Drinky) we have a 240mm Takagi Honyaki Gyuto to giveaway! :thumbsup:



Karring thought that it would be nice to do some additional work to this knife to make it even more appealing and he came up with the idea to involve some of our own craftsman for a collaboration project.

The sharpening and bright shiny mirror polished bevel was done by Eamon of Burke Cutlery Services.

The new wa handle was made by Stefan Keller of JapaneseHandles.com

And finally the handle was installed by yours truly.

I want to thank all of these guys for their generous donation of time and money to put this together. They did so selfessly, simply to give to the community - good show men!:doublethumbsup:



Here's the rules for entering the giveaway....

1. Post within this thread that you're "In"

2. Your post # will be your assigned entry #

3. You must be a member before today.

4. We will use a random number generator to select the winner.

5. The giveaway ends on Saturday evening - March 24, 2012


Good luck to you! :)
Dave

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echerub

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Please count me in :)

Thank you guys for your generosity! Good luck to everyone!
 

hax9215

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I'm in! Beautiful knife, props to all involved for your largesse, and here's to a great forum!!!

Hax the Cook CLEAVERS RULE!!! :D
 

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In.

Thanks to all those that made this happen! :)
 

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Wow that's a beauty guys. I'm in!

Thanks so much to all involved!
 

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Please count me in.
Thank You and congratulations to the lucky winner.
 

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Hey, that came out nice, can I play too? ;) Just kidding, good luck everyone. In case anybody is wondering, the handle is kingwood with a lightly spalted maple ferrule.

Stefan
 

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Generous as hell this is! Scary generous to give away as nice a knife as this.

I'm in.
 

Dave Martell

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Hey, that came out nice, can I play too? ;) Just kidding, good luck everyone. In case anybody is wondering, the handle is kingwood with a lightly spalted maple ferrule.

Stefan

Thanks for the explanation on the wood, I meant to ask you that before posting.:O
 

Andrew H

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I'm in. Thanks to everyone for their contributions (especially Karring!).
 

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I'm in. Beautiful work! I think it's the Takagi honyaki not Kakaji or am I mistaking it for another knife/falling trap to one of those OEM situations?
 

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I'm in. Beautiful work! I think it's the Takagi honyaki not Kakaji or am I mistaking it for another knife/falling trap to one of those OEM situations?

You're correct, my mistake, I'll change that right away. Thanks!
 

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I'm in. Thanks to everyone for their contributions (especially Karring!).
Frankly, I had the easiest part. Eamon, Stefan and Dave made it look sexy and put in the sweat labor. Thanks again for the upgrades guys.

k.
 

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Man this place is ridiculously amazing! I'm in
 
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