Arno drawknives available, Douk Douk special, Artifact waist apron…

Arno Drawknives

We have just had a new delivery from France of Arno drawknives. We have four models, 6″ (150mm) in flat, convex & concave and a 10″ flat. These are very well priced for their quality. High carbon steel, they sharpen particularly well. I’ve had mine for a few years, always does the job very well taking very light finishing shavings or deep cuts for initial shaping. They come with a protective leather cover for you and the knife… You can see them here.
 

We have a special on a few Douk Douk ‘les colors’ knives. Great knives in 3 colours with a stainless 4109 steel blade. Each knife has a small steel to keep them sharp and a leather matching pouch. Made in France.

We have a couple of USA Artisan waxed cotton waist aprons, these are the smaller ones that only go as high as your waist, great for bench work. here they are…

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