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Mora Woodcarving Double Edged Spoon Knife 163S

£22.58
The Mora Woodcarving Double Edged Spoon Knife 163 has an excellent cutting and carving ability.

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The Mora Woodcarving Double Edged Spoon Knife 163 has an excellent cutting and carving ability.
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The Mora Woodcarving Double Edged Spoon Knife 163 has an excellent cutting and carving ability, something you can expect from any mora carving knife. Its blade is double edged, made out of carbon steel, 61mm long. It has a Birchwood handle, producing a good grip.

Whether you’d like to accomplish spoon carving, bowl carving, wood etching and so on, the mora 163 knife is one of the best tools. Please note that a sheath is not included with the purchase.

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Manufacturer No 108-1820
Brand Mora
Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price £24.22

Mora Woodcarving Double Edged Spoon Knife 163S. The Mora Woodcarving Double Edged Spoon Knife 163 has an excellent cutting and carving ability, something you can expect from any mora carving knife. Its blade is double edged, made out of carbon steel, 61mm long. It has a Birchwood handle, producing a good grip. Whether you’d like to accomplish spoon carving, bowl carving, wood etching and so on, the mora 163 knife is one of the best tools. Please note that a sheath is not included with the purchase.

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  • Price: £22.58 - Out Of Stock
  • Product ID: 108-1820