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    Quote Originally Posted by kirk 988 View Post
    ha ha what no sandals?
    Poor kids have to run around barefoot because Dad blew all the family budget on Jnats...
    One, two! One, two! and through and through...The Vorpal blade went snicker-snack!

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    Wow, What'd you get for the big guys if you don't mind my asking. I tried for a couple 10" back in the day on eBay but they always went for $400-500 or more. I think I saw an escher labeled in that size break a thousand.

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    Kent - if that Ozuku was mine, I'd think long and hard about cutting it up. The skin is really interesting, and the chisel marks tell me that someone thought enough of that stone to put extra work into it. At least that's my take on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamma View Post
    Kent - if that Ozuku was mine, I'd think long and hard about cutting it up. The skin is really interesting, and the chisel marks tell me that someone thought enough of that stone to put extra work into it. At least that's my take on it.
    Thanks man, I really value your advice. I'll take a step back and mull it over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentos View Post
    it's an unknown nagura my dad bought with the Jnat he purchased years ago when we lived in Japan. It feels finer than the Koma I have, but never took the time to really experiment to see where it falls between Botan and tomo.




    It's only 30g...if you think you can use it I'll trade you for another tomo if you want. I don't use it much and if it would bring you pleasure...there looks to be some inclusions here and there tho'.

    Here's my mystery Jnat

    Beautiful. Now I leave this thread, before my long dormant HAD awakens.
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    May I ask what one with a long dormant HAD hones with?

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    Okudo Suita w/ Tomo


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamma View Post
    Okudo Suita w/ Tomo

    I feel like some coffee right now. Nice stone as always.
    Ho inventato le fettuccine Alfredo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc226 View Post
    I feel like some coffee right now. Nice stone as always.
    Thank you - I had a Okudo Suita Koppa that was nearly identical in hardness and coloring a while back but I sold it. I loved that Koppa for all but its shape. I was hoping an affordable rectangle of a similar type Suita would show up eventually. This one here is a hard, it does have Su, and it came lapped and ready to go.
    I may just pick up some clear Kashu to seal it. I don't want to cover up the sides with black/brown.

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    Damn gamma that is pretty. Where'd ya get it?

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    Ty - this one came from Takeshi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proinsias View Post
    May I ask what one with a long dormant HAD hones with?
    One of six Japanese naturals and assorted nagura, one of two synthetic progressions, Coticules, a Thuringinan; or if I am feeling lazy, diamond spray on Spyderco UF (soulless but effective).
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    A thuringian

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    ONE?

    Stone him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SliceOfLife View Post
    A thuringian

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    Stone him!
    Actually, it is a yellow green Escher.
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    Les Latneuses and Mk32

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvh View Post
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    Les Latneuses and Mk32
    Love that razor.
    Ho inventato le fettuccine Alfredo

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    Les Lat, both sides






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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamma View Post
    Ty - this one came from Takeshi.
    Takeshi has had an excellent selection of late.
    >=iii=<()

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    Dumb question but, who is Takeshi?
    Member of the 2014 Shave Purchase Sabbatical

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