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SOLD* Island Cleaver in AEB L

Discussion in 'For Sale: Kitchen Knives' started by Eric J.S., Jul 31, 2018.

  1. Eric J.S.

    Eric J.S. Knifemaker/Craftsman/Service Provider

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    Jan 20, 2018
    $170 Shipped
    Island Cleaver
    3/32 AEB L @62Rc w/ cryo by Peters
    Clear Ocean Coolibah Hybrids by Tom's Custom Blanks! Black and White G10 liners
    7" blade convexed thin with a razor sharp edge
    Stainless hollow pins, mirror polished
    Super handy with vegetables or meat duty!

    Island cleaver left side.jpg Island cleaver right side.jpg
     
  2. Thesian

    Thesian Gold Member Gold Member

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    Jun 11, 2008
    Sweet lookin’ piece Eric! Love the handle combo.
     
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  3. Eric J.S.

    Eric J.S. Knifemaker/Craftsman/Service Provider

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    Jan 20, 2018
    Thanks! Im really liking the clear resin hybrids :)
     
  4. labdog

    labdog

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    Apr 14, 2018
    I'll take it!
     
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  5. Eric J.S.

    Eric J.S. Knifemaker/Craftsman/Service Provider

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    Jan 20, 2018
    Sold!! PM inbound
     
  6. Eli Chaps

    Eli Chaps Basic Member Basic Member

    Apr 20, 2018
    Sir, do you also do traditional secondary bevels?
     
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  7. Eric J.S.

    Eric J.S. Knifemaker/Craftsman/Service Provider

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    Jan 20, 2018
    Yes sir, I traditionally do convex but I can do any grind and thickness youd like :)
     
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  8. Eli Chaps

    Eli Chaps Basic Member Basic Member

    Apr 20, 2018
    I like what you're doing! Please bear with me... My wife likes short knives. Despite our options, the standard western thin utility blade is her favorite. But, she recently expressed that she would like a taller (edge to spine) knife so she scrape up ingredients like I do and what not.

    A traditional nakiri might be too straight-edged for a general purpose knife so I was sort of thinking about a "small" kiritsuke. Or maybe a nakiiri-kiritsuke hybrid? I know, some call that a santoku. :D But santoku covers a huge variety these days.

    I'm thinking 5-6", around 1.5" tall, 3/32" or so spine , traditional secondary bevel around 15 degrees per side (looking for thin but would default to you on steel peculiars), tough would be paramount and take priority.

    Is that making any sense?
     
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  9. Eric J.S.

    Eric J.S. Knifemaker/Craftsman/Service Provider

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    Jan 20, 2018
    That sounds just fine lol I actually have a couple Petty sized blanks ready to go now actually, if you dont mind shooting me a email at [email protected] I can go over options and pricing and maybe have it done in about a week :)
     
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  10. Eli Chaps

    Eli Chaps Basic Member Basic Member

    Apr 20, 2018
    Email sent!
     

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