Discussion in 'The Kitchen Knife' started by Kai Wang, Jun 20, 2019.
330mm white 2 mizu honyaki by Genkai Masakuni
Very lucky to have a KD 240mm
KD 270 here. That is my most expensive knife for sure.
I guess my Ashi honyaki 240, these are going for some serious $ now
What would be serious money?
Probably 2.5-3 k usd ish
Mines either a 250mm HHH gyuto(high end), Thor or my tamahagane honyaki gyuto from Yoshikazu Ikeda,
Mine would be a 250 mm Blue 2 Honyaki from Mert.
The fabled uber unicorn Tojiro DP sheep’s foot parer here for sure. I can’t even put a price on it.
Rare carbon clad 240 Watanabe gyuto.
Robert Herder peeler (stainless)
Genkai k-tip honyaki yanagi.
Victorinox 3.5" parer
I'm holding that knife right now, and it's the only one I'm holding
Most of my rare knives were purchased before the P&D price fixing began, so have appreciated in value. One that’d be up there and I’ll never sell is this custom order left shigefusa Kasumi 270 western gyuto (thank you to a certain member )
A Kato western handle gyuto 240
Why do you ask? Are you going to send someone around to my house to nick it?
Once you have bought it, the cost of a knife is mainly relevent to flippers. Much more important after that is how it performs.
You should instead ask "what is the best performing knife that you have?"
240mm w2 honyaki from Cris Anderson
Aboynamed suita, hi what do you mean with pd pricefixing? Also why do you have your chef knife in your car?
Obviously he picked it up from post office, and who can wait till home to unwrap your new knives? Most of the unwrapping pics are taken in the car
so a $900 does not count
Mine would certainly be this Hattori KD. Cants say its value as it varies quite a bit depending on buyer & seller if one can even find..
What a wonderful knife!!!
Konosuke Fujiyama blue 2 honyaki 240 gyuto
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