It's still all about the angle
Just like my standard service, but for this process I have to keep that angle manually. For your high quality knives, you may want a 100% manual sharpening service. I have 7 stone surfaces that I use to take your knife from dull to sharp and highly polished. I start out with a 250-grit (coarse) Norton waterstone (only if the blade is extremely dull), and progress to 1000, 4000, 8000, 12000 and finally 15000-grit for an amazingly smooth edge. The discerning viewer may notice that I mention 6 grits but that I only show 5 stones. The Norton synthetic stones are double-sided 250/1000 and 4000/8000. I then move to natural Welsh slate stones that are 8000, 12000 and finally 15000-grit. Finally, I finish the blade first on a fabric strop and then a leather strop for that final polish.
This takes much more skill and time than my standard service, which is why it costs twice as much. But the degree of finish is unbeatable.