Arthur Wright & Son Barlow Knife

Believed to have developed in seventeenth century Sheffield as an affordable but strong outdoors-mans pocket knife, the barlow is typified by its long bolster, tapering rounded handle, and clip ended blade. Handmade with brass linings and walnut scales around a carbon steel blade in the Sheffield workshops of A Wright & Sons, a company which since 1947 has sought to maintain and revive the traditional skills and forms of a noble city.

This blade is made from carbon steel, which keeps a better edge than stainless, but will develop rust spots if left wet or kept damp and will naturally discolour in use — dry after use and oil regularly to keep it in good condition.

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£32.00 (Ex Tax:£26.67)