Just a few poorly done cell phone pics of a set I just completed. I will take better pics, so please excuse the bad lighting and the dust spots. This was one of those very pleasant surprises. A customer ordered a chef knife. I sent him some WIP pics as I usually do during the build. He was very excited and then added a slicer, then called again and added a petty / utility. Steel is AEB-L. The 6 inch Chef and the 7 inch Slicer are .110 at the spine with full distal tapers. The 4 inch Petty / Utility is .070 at the spine, also tapered. All spines and heels are rounded. The handles are Pommele Koa (also known as Blister Koa). This Koa doesn't have the bold curl people are used to seeing, but has a depth and a richness of colors that makes it one of my very favorite types of wood. The 4 inch petty had a tiny bit of recurve because the customer wanted to use it as a paring knife. After looking at it a lot, I decided I didn't like it and I just now reground the edge to straighten it out.