This style of cutaway beveling is called a Spoon Cut because, simply enough, it resembles a cut made by a spoon. The depth often varies from one example to the next, suggesting it was done by hand. It was featured on the following Samick models:

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  • Y
  • K
  • H
  • S-660
  • C
  • X
  • L

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