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 Post subject: Re: Spy shot of the next Nubatama knife
PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 1:06 pm 
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He's a customer of mine named Matt. Really nice guy and talented. He just started making handles if you can believe it. Maybe I can entice him to come over and take a bow.



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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 1:41 pm 

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I know Matt. He's a great guy. I'll send him a message and tell him how good I think it looks. Yeah, you should get him in here too.


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OK not the same Matt. Still awesome ......too rich for my meager chef's salary.


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Yes it's not Matt Stephans who also does handles for me.



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His name is Matt Delosso. He told me I could spill the beans. :)



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Well tell him it's freaking amazing



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 Post subject: Re: Spy shot of the next Nubatama knife
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And who forged the blade on the Nubatama?



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Or the Konosuke Fujiyamas for that matter. I tried to twist Kosuke's arm the last time he visited and he wouldn't tell me who the blacksmith was that does these knives. I'll take him to my favorite bar and see if I can loosen him up so he tells me. :)



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Wow!!

I really like all three, but I just LOVE the way that Nubatama handle came out! Very pleased!!!

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Matt Delosso - Thank you for doing some very tasteful and well executed work!

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