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heirkb

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Nice! Two questions. What are those stacked things in the upper left of the first photo? Stone holders? And, who made that knife block? Ok, that's three.
 

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Nice collection. What's the second gyuto in? Care to share your favourites?
 

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Nice! Two questions. What are those stacked things in the upper left of the first photo? Stone holders? And, who made that knife block? Ok, that's three.
I think that it is not stone holder, it looks like another knife block.
 

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Nice! Two questions. What are those stacked things in the upper left of the first photo? Stone holders? And, who made that knife block? Ok, that's three.
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The block is from the Boardsmith. My guess would be stone holders (the stacked items at top left) too, but I'd like to know for sure as well.
 

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Nice! Two questions. What are those stacked things in the upper left of the first photo? Stone holders? And, who made that knife block? Ok, that's three.
That is actually a knife block in the first photo. The knife block in the last photos was made by the the BoardSMITH but he is no longer making them.
 

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Where'd you get the other knife block?
 

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Nice collection. What's the second gyuto in? Care to share your favourites?
If you are talking about the yellow handled one it's a Wantanabe stainless damascus. Lot of favorites depends on the chore. The carter is paper thin love it on onions, peppers, ginger,etc. I also love the takeda. It's fun just to grab a different knife. Before I got the big block I used to rotate knives into the smaller one.

Jeff
 

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How do you like the keagle cutlery block? With Dave not making blocks any more would you recommend them?
 

apicius9

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Is he still making them? I seem to remember that he didn't at some point. In any case, I have. 30something slot block from Keagle Cutlery and love it. It's packed denser than David's blocks but that als saves space on the counter.

Stefan
 

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How do you like the keagle cutlery block? With Dave not making blocks any more would you recommend them?
The Keagle block (actually I have two matching) was made a bunch of years ago. Don't know if he is making them or not. Website is still active. If we could all come to a consensus (yeah sure) on a block design maybe we could convince David into making a bunch of the exact same thing. Mine is already out of slots:D I'd like some paring knife slots and a scissors slot in the base and probably need about 40 slots up top.
 
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