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SOLD TF Fujiwara 210 Maboroshi

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$385 USD shipped and insured international. $475 CAD shipped and insured in Canada.

Brand new.

Never been sharpened.

Nice example of a 210 TF Maboroshi Gyuto. Minimal wabi sabi and nice profile. I bought it new from Knifewear when a used version of the same thing disappeared into the bowels of USPS. The used version showed up so this one never got used. In my TF Chronicles I found the 210 mm version to be a favourite for an every day production knife. It has a White #1 core clad with stainless steel, and a pakka wood handle with a welded bolster. Actual measurements are blade length 217mm, edge length 214mm, depth at heel 52mm, thickness … 2.66mm at heel, 2.5mm mid blade, 2.14mm 1” from the tip … all measured at the spine. Weight … 212gms.

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I just thought you bought the things I want. I never knew you sold them too.


I must say that the most difficult thing I do is to part with my knives. Every one has its own personality and I view them as members of my family. In the process of researching my TF Chronicles I accumulated 14 TF’s. As much as I love them NOBODY needs 14 TF’s in their collection. Even at that it was a painful process picking out this Mab as the first to go. It’s a nice knife … but it’s a duplicate of another so I guess it’s got to go.
 
I must say that the most difficult thing I do is to part with my knives. Every one has its own personality and I view them as members of my family. In the process of researching my TF Chronicles I accumulated 14 TF’s. As much as I love them NOBODY needs 14 TF’s in their collection. Even at that it was a painful process picking out this Mab as the first to go. It’s a nice knife … but it’s a duplicate of another so I guess it’s got to go.
If you decide to let any more go im in canada and always looking for tfs that have been pre done up!
 
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