Discussion in 'Bill Burke Knives' started by Bill Burke, Oct 15, 2013.
Wow! That handle.... man, that is sweet! :bigeek:
Nice work Bill! Are you making anymore honyaki knives these days?
Nice work, beautiful blade. I don’t know if you had to fit the handle material together or if they came that way but if you did it, hat off to you.
Beautiful. I'm sure it's exceptionally well balanced with the ying yang.
Uhmmmmm, We know this post / knife is from 2013?
Oops, when I saw it the replies we're yesterday. That makes sense
This is San mai, although he does make the odd monosteel honyaki
There is one on epicurean edge right now
yes I did fit the handle together. White side is sheeps horn black side is ebony. thank you
Nice to see you posting, Bill!
thanks Wild Boar.
Bill - made any new kitchen knives you may want to show us?
A few nothing too special,
this has 24kt gold inlays and spine.
this one has what I call twin rivers Damascus, it is one billet split for a feather twice.
If these are not special, can't help to think what might be... WOW
That being said, I believe you are the first one to master a sanmai through integral.. that's a feat
Beautiful. Look special to me.
id be embarrassed to show those here.
ive never used a knife that looks this amazing. curious. do they cut as good as they look? or are they like shelf queens mostly for lookin at?
Well I think they do but I could be considered biased.
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