Monthly Archives: March 2016

Example of the development of a razors edge.

The photos above are dramatic, they were created in my workshop with ordinary and common stones and they help to illustrate how a razors edge can be manipulated, and how it is manipulated whether you know it is happening or … Continue reading

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Symbiotic Stone & Steel

If you are going to work on razors and knives you will want a broader selection of stones, mainly because of the size of the knives and because of the necessity of an ultimately keen razor. Razor stones are special … Continue reading

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