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My work. 10.5" Sanmai Gyuto

Discussion in 'Caublestone Cutlery' started by Daniel Cauble, Jun 6, 2018.

  1. 20180530_181345.jpg 20180530_181016.jpg 20180530_181022.jpg 20180530_181149.jpg 20180530_181229.jpg My apologies if this is the wrong format to post here. I specialize in sanmai. Its mostly what i forge, typically with soft jackets, and only on a newletter type format, as this hasnt taken over as my primary job, yet. Thanks for looking.

    Steel: W2/1018 sanmai laminate with core at 64-65 RC
    OAL: 17.5"
    Blade length: 10.5"
    Width: 2.125"
    Thickness at heel: .105"
    Balanced at pinch grip

    Handle is on the longer side at 6.375" long made up of stabilized dyed maple burl, cherry burl, a desert ironwood (I realized the anodizing of Ti pulled some oil from the desert ironwood after I took pics. I have since replaced the oil, and it no longer looks faded) spacer and anodized Ti.

    Saya is 3 piece cherry and walnut with an anodized Ti keeper pin.

    Bevel set on Nubatama synthetics and finished with an Ohira Tomae.
  2. Thanks Brock. I have several more to show, im just not sure how tasteful it is to load it down.
  3. I'm not a mod, but as far as I know folks here love looking at kitchen knives. ;)
  4. Can follow me on Instagram to see my work from the beginning of creation: caublestonecutlery
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