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270mm Yani

Discussion in 'Handiwork Display' started by HHH Knives, May 16, 2019.

  1. HHH Knives

    HHH Knives Founding Member

    Hey guys and gals. Its been a while but I wanted to share a few resent pieces. Things are going well here at HHH Knives and damascus. we are slamming and jamming.. Thanks in advance for checkin out this post..

    So first up today is a single bev Yani. in River of fire pattern damascus. This one is a R hand grind. with a Ura. Blade is approx 270mm tip to heel. HRC 61. in High carbon damascus
    The handle on this one is a combination of Amboyna burl and ebony.. Wa constuction.

    Next is a Integral slicer in Firestorm pattern damascus with Honduran rosewood burl handle and Cocobolo burl saya with musk ox horn retention pin. This one went to our friend Chef Large!

    Blessings
    Randy

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  2. cheflarge

    cheflarge Founding Member

    UNICORN!!! :):cool::D
     
  3. Spaz

    Spaz Founding Member

    Absolutely stunning!
     
  4. Looks like Chef is getting new toys to play with! Randy - don't know how I missed this / beautiful works!
     
  5. cheflarge

    cheflarge Founding Member

    Yup
     
  6. Forgot to mention that on both blades you were able to keep the handle wood movement work amazing with the blade steel movement ... that incredible attention to detail sets HHH apart from most makers IMO ... I understand the handle is "less" critical to the blade, in general (looks wise), but taking the time to assess this, chose not only the right wood but the right piece of burl and then make it all work is fantastic ...

    Thx for the education,

    Tom
     

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