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This is a W2 steel katana. The hamon is saka choji with some utsuri and tobiyaki.

Tiger wood saya with sakura mon. Black and gold silk thread tsuka ito.

 

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Jesus

 

It's always a delight to view your work thanks for sharing!!!

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sigh.......more things I wish I had made ( wish I could, but Im not good enough, not even close)

Beauty!

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DAAAAAAAAMMNNNNNN!!!!!!

 

I see Matt and I feel the same way on this. All I can add is, :blink::ph34r::blink::o .

 

I can see the effects of your having been allowed total freedom to create in this one. It's alive, even in pictures!

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Hi everyone i am honored to say that blade was made for me ;) and i could not be more happy, i just wanted to say to everyone on here as well as to Jesus, i know you all know how amazing his work is but let me just tell you what a wonderful person he is as well, any question i had any time i needed him he was always there for me, informed me step by step of his progress without me even asking for it, and i'm so happy i gave him the free will to do what he wanted with this project cause as you all can see he is one amazing artist! and his excitement in this project took mine to a even higher level then it already was at, so "Jesus" thank you so every much for this blade and i cant wait to start our next adventure together, your a amazing man as well as blade maker.

 

Your Friend, Danny

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Very nice, the blade is amazing, and I really like how the ribbon of lacquer flares out towards the kojiri end of the saya.

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Beautiful work. I really like the overall appearence of the sword and saya, very nice.

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Jesus, that is now one of my favorite swords. Especially the saya (?) is really beautiful. Just a great piece, and the themes hold it all together very well.

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