250x54 Random Pattern

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250x54 Random Pattern

1,025.00

This is a 250mm pattern welded gyuto, the steels used are 1095/15n20. The pattern used for this knife is an experimental Topography pattern. The finish on this knife is a much brighter finish than I normally do, this one will be a patina monster. This knife has a compound S-grind, which is a hollow along the middle of the blade which aids with food release. Previously, I used a platen that replicated the angle of a 48” wheel for this. As of lately, I have started using a platen that replicates a 36” wheel, I find the slightly deeper hollow creates a more acute apex. The grind on this knife would be my typical of my normal midweight grind.

The ferrule of this knife is made from Missouri whitetail antler. The main block of wood being red mallee burl.  Together, these materials flow wonderfully together and compliment the pattern of the polished pattern welded steel.

Specs:
Blade Length: 250mm
Heel Height: 54m
Handle Length: 142mm
Width of spine out of handle: 3.28mm
Width of spine halfway down: 2.28mm
Width of spine 4cm from tip: 1.26mm
Width of spine 2cm from tip: 1.05mm
Overall weight: 209g

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