Available is a newly restored vintage straight razor. Made in Sheffield, England this piece is from the cutlery company George Wostenholm & Sons. Works as both a great starter straight razor and a sharp looking blade! Sheffield quality steel, and a name many wet shavers have come to respect!
A hollow grind straight razor is ideal for both upkeep (sharpening on a stone) and new-shaver usage. They cleanly cut through your beard with ease! This straight razor has a square point. This blade brings together English cutlery craftsmanship and modern practicality. Pick up this great blade today!
Country of Manufacture: England
Metal: Carbon Steel
Date: Early 1900's
Condition: Polished, Sharpened and Shave Ready
Imperfections: As seen in pics
Included: Razor only
History: England is famous for being a country to have historically produced some of the finest straight razors ever. The quality and hardness of metal from these Sheffield razors stood the test of time to keep the wet shaving tradition alive today.
This razor underwent our complete Straight Razor Restoration Service. It was first polished, removing any past oxidization revealing new metal and a spectacular mirror shine. Next, the scales were cleaned and polished.
"Honing starts out on a Chosera 1000 Wet stone were I begin to set the bevel. Once the bevel outline is finished I move onto the Chosera 3000 where the bevel is cleaned up and refined. Next its on to the polishing stage which starts out on the Aishyama 6000 and moves to the naniwa 12000. After the 12k, a perfectly good shave can occur. But we like to take it one step further and finish with a high polish on the Suehiro Gokumyo 20000." Eric, Razor Miester. After honing, the blade is stropped, oiled, and arrives shave ready! Please do not strop this razor before your first shave.