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Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Mon Jul 14, 2014 7:49 pm

Ikeda 250mm gyuto.

Used lightly. Sharpened once. I have largely polished off the patina though there are some "ghosts" left. It is an extremely well built knife, just not my cup of tea. Asking $235. This is the product page: http://www.chefknivestogo.com/taik24dagy.html

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Fujiwara FKH 240mm gyuto.

Excellent beginner carbon gyuto. This was my second or third JK (I cannot remember anymore :roll:). I have largely polished off the patina though there are a few "ghosts". It has a new green brick edge on it. The knife is in good condition. As this was a knife I leared sharpening on the bevel is a little irregular but the edge is straight and in good condition. The scales were slightly warped from the factory, but I have not found that to be a problem. Asking $70. This is the product page: http://www.chefknivestogo.com/fujiwaragyuto.html.

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Henckles Professional S 7" Santoku.

This was a wedding gift that I toted around without having a use for for years. The knife has been used once to see if I liked it, otherwise it has been in storage. Basically new. Asking $50.

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King Deluxe 800 and 1200 grit water stones. These were my first stones. Less than 10% wear. They are not as fast as most of my current stones but they get the job done. Asking $20/ea.

King Ice Bear 4k and 6k. These had been paired up with the King stones above as my first set. Less than 10% wear. The 4k is slow and a bit temperamental about how wet and how muddy it wants to be to work but the 6k is actually a pretty good stone, IMHO. Asking $20/ea.

I would love to sell all the Kings as a set. For all four stones, $65.


Naniwa Superstone 8k. These stones have a pretty loyal following but they are very soft. Less than 10% wear. Asking $90.


All prices include PayPal fees and shipping. All items have been phased out once or twice over so I am just making space in the cupboard/budget for the next round of toys. :mrgreen:

Please PM with any questions, I will be happy to try to answer them. I am open to offers though I am not desperate to get rid of anything. Please be patient with me, this is my first internet sale. I will do my best to communicate clearly and ship within a day or so of any purchases.

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:03 pm

Cedar - what's the height on your Ikeda at the heel? They seem to vary quite a bit.

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:45 pm

PM sent earlier about Ikeda (I think you beat me, Steve!) Also about height... :)

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Mon Jul 14, 2014 11:13 pm

I measured some specs on the Ikeda, here they are if anyone is curious:

Height at heel: 47mm
Length of handle: 122mm
Balance point: 33mm from choil, 53mm from front of hanle
Weight: 6.8oz
I have the box it came in but it is just a Richmond labeled box. It is in fairly good shape.

The closest knife I have to the Ikeda in terms of grind appears to be my Anryu Hammered. The Ikeda might be a touch thinner at the edge, but there is a shoulder about 5mm from the edge while the Anryu seems a more seamless transition. I also put it side by side with my Kohetsu 240mm, at the edge they are close but the Kohetsu is decidedly thinner as you get into the grind.

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Tue Jul 15, 2014 4:34 pm

Cedar, geometry on the Ikeda looks great and seems to have a nice flat edge profile. You've got a pretty amazing collection of knives, so not surprised to see you let this one go. If I hadn't just swapped my Shimo for a 250mm KS clone, I'd hit your ask. Doubt this knife will be living on these classifieds for very long.

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Tue Jul 15, 2014 8:32 pm

King stones sold.


Chip, the Ikeda is stunning but it does not ring my bell and there are no safe queens in this house ;)

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Wed Jul 16, 2014 2:55 am

Ha! Completely understood

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Sun Jul 20, 2014 8:38 pm

I just realized that I did not mention that the Naniwa SS 8k is the no base variety so it is twice the thickness of the 8k with the base.

As a reminder the Ikeda, Fujiwara, Henckel, and Naniwa stone remain available, only the King stones have sold. Please feel free to make offers I appreciate any interest. The worst that can happen is I say no ;)

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Wed Jul 23, 2014 2:50 am

Is the Ikeda still available?

Re: Ikeda, Fujiwara FKH, Henckles, King and Naniwa

Wed Jul 23, 2014 4:25 am

Yes, the Ikeda is still available. Let if you have any questions.
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