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Thread: AEB-L Chef in Koa and Bog Oak bolsters *SOLD*

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    AEB-L Chef in Koa and Bog Oak bolsters *SOLD*


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    We are now settled in our new home and it feels good to be back in the shop!
    I've got a chef up for sale here in AEB-L, Koa and Bog Oak. Good Koa is getting harder to find and more expensive but it is just amazing stuff. The blade is flat ground with the lower 1/4 convex to aid in food release. There is some distal taper but the spine retains some rigidity so there's not a lot of flex. I think this would make for an nice all around kitchen slicer for someone. Thanks for looking!

    Specs:
    OAL: 12.5"
    Blade: 7.5" long, approx. 2" heel height, 600 grit hand sanded satin finish, convex lower 1/4 down to 0.005" before sharpening, distal taper.
    Steel: 0.11" AEB-L heat treated by Peter's to RC61,
    Handle: Stabilized Koa (by K&G), Bog Oak bolsters with black paper micarta and white G10 liners.

    $SOLD shipped CONUS
    International buyers welcome, shipping extra.
    Post "I'll take it" here in this thread and then PM or email me (robertericksonknives at gmail dot com) for payment arrangements.
    Comments/Questions/Critiques welcome.













    Last edited by Robert Erickson; 01-19-2017 at 10:55 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Erickson View Post
    We are now settled in our new home and it feels good to be back in the shop!
    I've got a chef up for sale here in AEB-L, Koa and Bog Oak. Good Koa is getting harder to find and more expensive but it is just amazing stuff. The blade is flat ground with the lower 1/4 convex to aid in food release. There is some distal taper but the spine retains some rigidity so there's not a lot of flex. I think this would make for an nice all around kitchen slicer for someone. Thanks for looking!

    Specs:
    OAL: 12.5"
    Blade: 7.5" long, approx. 2" heel height, 600 grit hand sanded satin finish, convex lower 1/4 down to 0.005" before sharpening, distal taper.
    Steel: 0.11" AEB-L heat treated by Peter's to RC61,
    Handle: Stabilized Koa (by K&G), Bog Oak bolsters with black paper micarta and white G10 liners.

    $295 shipped CONUS
    International buyers welcome, shipping extra.
    Post "I'll take it" here in this thread and then PM or email me (robertericksonknives at gmail dot com) for payment arrangements.
    Comments/Questions/Critiques welcome.




    Nice work Robert!

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    Thanks Brock!
    Proverbs 27:17 "As iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another"
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    I wanted to try and better capture the movement of the Koa so I took a quick video. Hopefully this works.


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    This is a gorgeous chef knife. Excellent work Robert
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    Quote Originally Posted by VCM3 View Post
    This is a gorgeous chef knife. Excellent work Robert
    Thank you!
    Proverbs 27:17 "As iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another"
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    Good to see you are back up and running,
    Another beautiful knife.
    I got to show mine off during the holidays and everyone was very impressed. The knives you made for me have exceeded my expectations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brotherdale View Post
    Good to see you are back up and running,
    Another beautiful knife.
    I got to show mine off during the holidays and everyone was very impressed. The knives you made for me have exceeded my expectations.
    Thanks Dale I'm glad to hear it!
    Proverbs 27:17 "As iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another"
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    I'll take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by kauaihunta View Post
    I'll take it
    It's yours, Jeremiah, thank you!
    Proverbs 27:17 "As iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another"
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