- Made in Sheffield, Britain
- Hardened steel blade has been chemically blued to prevent corrosion
- The stock is fitted to the blade by three brass rivets
- The face of the stock is fitted with a brass plate. The maintains squareness and prolongs the life of the square.
- The stock is made from wood, of which there are three options. Beechwood, African Rosewood or Walnut.
Beechwood is a less expensive, slightly lighter wearing and economical alternative to Walnut. As such it is an ideal material for beginners.
African Rosewood is more commonly known as Bubinga. It is a hardwood making it very hard wearing. This is only available while stocks last as the regulations for Bubinga are making it less cost effective to produce tools with.
Walnut is an alternative to African Rosewood. Walnut is a hardwood and it is not a protected species.
|Wood Type||Size Inches||Size mm||Pattern Number|
|African Rosewood||7 ½”||190mm||1248|
|African Rosewood||10 ½”||265mm||1248|