Murata rehandle

Kitchen Knife Forums

Help Support Kitchen Knife Forums:

Danzo

Supporting Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2016
Messages
1,094
Reaction score
542
Location
Seattle
Here’s my attempt at “glamour” shots. This is a Murata gyuto 210. These Japanese forged westerns can be tricky since things usually aren’t super flat. This one was pretty alright though, needed some flattening in the tang faces but the scales went on pretty flat. These are spalted spaghetti oak with black g10 liners on the spine only, stainless pins. No coke bottle shape on this one since it’s small

BE500360-FB5A-4715-95CB-4E9D2EC1FF99.jpeg
7BEE0E50-C7DD-4B53-B8F8-C16AA64DE69F.jpeg
4CF1D7EE-FB03-4BCD-B083-07349A0B5FDB.jpeg
C8E097A9-C85C-4769-AED5-6C4C607AA857.jpeg
62D3C3A6-C59E-476E-96BD-B5AB594EC1CD.jpeg
 

MrHiggins

Senior Member
Joined
Dec 29, 2017
Messages
697
Reaction score
536
Location
Barefoot and in the kitchen
That's beautiful. Nice work!

I have one of your wa handles on the Mazaki K-tip you sold me. It's one of my favorites, even though I'm not in to custom handles.

Keep it up!
 

Danzo

Supporting Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2016
Messages
1,094
Reaction score
542
Location
Seattle
That's beautiful. Nice work!

I have one of your wa handles on the Mazaki K-tip you sold me. It's one of my favorites, even though I'm not in to custom handles.

Keep it up!
Hey! I’ve been thinking of that knife lately. If you ever decide to get rid of it hit me up!
 

Matus

Staff member
Global Moderators
Hobbyist Craftsman
Supporting Member
Joined
Feb 18, 2013
Messages
7,513
Reaction score
1,254
Location
Germany
You did a really nice job and I love the wood.
 

McMan

Senior Member
Joined
Feb 15, 2018
Messages
1,310
Reaction score
722
Killer layout!—does well to highlight the streaks of spalting. Your western re-handles are awesome.
 
Top