Withdrawn Toyama Noborikoi, Teruyasu Fujiwara, Gesshin Heiji Reduced

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  1. Mar 23, 2020 #1

    Brontes

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    165mm
    Toyama Noborikoi Kasumi Honesuki 165mm
    BNIB Iron clad
    specs.:L-170mm, W@heel-3.65mm, Ht-48mm, Wt-5oz
    330.00-reduced 310.00 shipping included CONUS
    ://www.japanesenaturalstones.com/toyama-noborikoi-kasumi-honesuki-165mm/


    225Teruyasu Fujiwara Nashiji Gyuto
    This Fujiwara is from the first round when the Nashiji had Sakai Geometry with machi and emotto. People went crazy for this knife, 6 months or so later price dropped, the geometry changed. Blade got taller, less distal taper, thicker behind the edge, no machi, quality nose dived.
    Never sharpened. Saya included
    specs: L heel to tip-225mm, W@heel-3.25mm, Ht-49.4, Wt-6.8oz
    325.00-reduced 310.00 shipping included CONUS


    270MM Heiji Carbon clad Gyuto
    This Heiji is from the first Gesshin-Heiji run New, never sharpened, never stropped, never used
    specs: L-280mm, W@heel-3.9mm, Ht-52mm, Wt-9.6oz
    650.00 shipping included CONUS - SOLD
     
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    Heiji is SPF
     
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    Heiji SOLD
     
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    Someone should snap up that TF - looks like an awesome knife.
     
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    What is emotto?
     
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    A small gap between the knife neck and the handle BE837DF1-3D3D-429A-BFD8-BDEF6F2424B2.jpeg
     
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    Thanks, but I thought that’s called machi?
     
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    Machi is the wide part of the neck that connects with the choil. Some knives have machi eg Konosuke, others don't eg Carter's.
     
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    Brontes

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    Koakuma, thank you for catching my mistake, Machi is a more accurate discription. I reverse the two terms often.
     
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    Regardless of name the purpose of it is to grab little pieces of your fingers and eat them....:cool:
     
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    So it's like a hygienic feature,. Keeps the finger(s) claean
     
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    I reset the handle at Daveb's suggestion. I will leave these two knives up until early next week. Make me an offer I can't refuse.

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    Small price reduction before I withdraw these 2 knives

    Toyama 310.00
    TF 310.00
     
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    I own one of these. I love it so much.
     

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