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Here are a few recently finished kitchen knives. All 440c


8.5" Chef Knife and 6" Fillet Knife with Chechen Wood handles




View showing Chef's blade taper




Another 8.5" Chef Knife with Chechen Wood handle




8.5" Chef View of Distal Taper




Pair of "Cuchillos de Asador" (knives for the barbecue) 7" blades, handles of Granadillo and Chechen woods




Thanks for looking




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Lovely... I really like the belly you have given the chefs. Beautiful work sir.


The folders you posted are also quite nice.

Edited by GEzell

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Thanks GEzell. I used to cook professionally..... and I used a Chefs knife for almost everything. I find the more pronounced forward belly strengthens the the front end and also creates a nice rocking action for continuous chopping - use the palm of my left hand to press down on the front of the knife while my right hand presses down on the grip end. The more I could do with the Chef knife, meant one less tool or appliance to clean.




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