Faux Pearl Razor Knife

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Clearance Faux Pearl Razor Knife
Hollow ground stainless steel razor-style blade
Faux pearl scales & brass liners
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45T02.09 Faux Pearl Razor Knife

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$29.40

This handsome, Italian-sourced single-blade Folding Pocket Knife has a classic retro look, with a gently arching back, faux pearl scales and brass liners. But what really caught our eye is the unusual blunt-nose, hollow-ground blade. Resembling a barber's straight razor, this blade has a unique profile and is known (not surprisingly) as a razor-style blade. It's rarely seen nowadays in a handsome pocket knife like this, a little gem equally at home in a gentleman's vest pocket or a lady's fine purse. It's our favorite knife for sharpening traditional pencils because of its razor edge and perfect control.

Slip joint, faux mother of pearl scales, 3-1/2" length folded, 2" blade, 440 stainless steel.

The Faux Pearl Razor Knife is one of three Italian-sourced pocket knives we have added to our selection, along with the Italian Boatman's Knife and Camphor Burl Knife. Each has something unique, and all are handsome and reasonably priced.
Specs
Type:
Folder
Blade Thickness:
3/4"
Blade Length:
2-9/16"
Overall Length:
5-1/910"
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel
Handle Material:
Mother of Pearl
Sheath:
None

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  • and the Italians continue to make stuff I like

    john, 2/3/2018 The coolness of this knife is off the meter and while the build isn't perfect it's above average for a production slipjoint. The blade movement is a bit more mushy than snappy, but the blade stays put and don't wobble.
    I'm using it for sharpening my drawing pencils the old timey frenchy way and it's great for that. The size and shape of the blade is good for controlling a cut through the wood without gouging the graphite. Also I like having it on desk because it looks particularly good.
    Wider blades are more comfortable on the fingers when sharpening lots of pencils at once, but control gets iffy. I tried one of the japanese style work knives that also has a razor grind(they sell one here somewhere), but the ergonomics were too rough for the amount of pencils I sharpen. This knife, I believe is the ticket.
  • Very Nice Folding Razor

    Jonathan, 12/9/2014 This is a very nice razor that I just might use and an EDC. Fits well in the pocket and is very sharp. Looks classy also.
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