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Mike Davis

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This has taken me forever, but in between orders i have been playing with a few knives. Have had a bunch of crazy stuff going on in my life and am ready to get back to it!! I am almost caught up on all of my orders(If you have knives on order, I will have them hopefully all done by the end of next week!), and get to play! So here is what everyone reading this wants to see!
First, a 1,137,168 layer billet from the guys at HHH.




Specs are as follow.
270 Gyuto(263 on edge) 1,137,168 layers of 1095,1080 and 15n20 at a 61rc. 51mm tall at the heel.
Spine thickness is 3.2mm tapering to a very fine point.
Handle is Desert ironwood burl, black spacer and musk ox ferrule. Dimensions are 152mm long, front: 19/23mm butt: 26/29mm
Weight is 285 grams
Price is $1300 plus shipping

Next up is a 240 Sujihiki(236mm on edge) One off pattern of O-1/L6 steel at a 62rc. 36mm tall at the heel
Spine thickness is 2.3mm tapering to a very fine point. Tip is very thin.
Handle is Mark's super high grade koa with a ferrule of hippo ivory Dimensions are 139mm long, Front:18/23mm, Rear 21/25mm
Weight is 168 grams.
Price is $1100 plus shipping.






Next up is a 165 deba(168mm on edge) in 52100 at 61rc. 49mm tall at the heel
Spine thickness is 4.8mm
Handle is Macassar ebony,mammoth ivory spacer and a spalted maple burl ferrule
Handle dimensions are 136mm long, 19/23mm front and23/26mm rear.
Weight is 289 grams.
This was a test knife for me, and i really like it. I would have no hesitation to whack some big stuff with this!! It has a full urasuki grind and a very small micro bevel. The grain from the ivory is very visible and the ebony has a great chatoyance.
Price is $450 plus shipping





Thanks for looking and happy holidays!!!

Mike
 

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Great work Mike. I wish I had the $$$$ for one or preferably all of them.
 

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Thanks guys, will get choil shots later today, and replace that first gyuto pic, didnt realize how bad it was.
 

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Thanks guys! Pretty happy with how these have been turning out :) I have a bunch that will be being posted as i get them finished, also might have an extra handle or two also...
 

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Son, where did you get you hippo ivory? :D Just kidding.
 

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In honor of the christmas holiday, i will drop the price of they gyuto down to $1150 and the suji down to $1000. I will be making sayas for them tonight i think and will have them ready to rock!!!
 

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There is a wip on hhh's thread. I would link but I think there is a rule about linking to other vender's threads.
 

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In honor of the christmas holiday, i will drop the price of they gyuto down to $1150 and the suji down to $1000. I will be making sayas for them tonight i think and will have them ready to rock!!!
Mike, do you make the matching saya for gyuto & suji? any pictures??
 

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Not finished yet, and i matched them as best as i could. Will hopefully have pictures up today :)
 

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Nothing? I suppose if i do not sell them, i finally get to keep a knife for myself :) Here is the last of what i will do on these. Gyuto will now be $1000 and i will drop the suji down to $900, both will come with sayas with ivory pins.
 

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Oh my God!!!! That gyuto is too awesome!!! AAARRRGGHHH!!!! such a great deal too!!!!
Mike, would you consider a trade for a geriatric and overly-flatulent English bulldog?
Somebody please buy these!!!!!
 

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Gyuto heel shot. Not a thin laser but has a good convex and cuts nice!


Suji is pretty thin and also cuts pretty well.


Should have added these a while ago, i apologize.
 

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If only I had a grand I would have bought it by now. Just remember the one "with hamon" and how it went on a pass a round, then every one was in love. I have no idea why this is still here? And why lefty hasn't bought it yet. ;)
 

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Ok folks, in the hospital, hoping to have a baby by the end of the day. Will lower both the gyuto and suji down to $800 and the deba down to $375. Wish me luck!!!
 

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I can tell that you've been studying & using Japanese knives, you're knives look great Mike. Good luck with sale & baby having!!! :doublethumbsup:
 

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Good luck both with the sale and more importantly on the birth of a happy baby!
 

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Ok. Who has the # for selling a kidney? Gratz on the birth.


(grumble.... grumble.... grumble)
 

Mike Davis

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Thanks guys!! All we are hoping for is a healthy, happy baby. Thanks Dave, means alot :D
 
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