Henry Taylor Cogelow Carving Tool - Upswept Gouge RH

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  • Henry Taylor Cogelow Carving Tool Upswept Gouge RH - 1/4" (6mm).
  • These Cogelow wood carving tools are the last of some old stock found hidden away, Henry Taylor ceased making these tools a few years ago.
  • We believe we are probably the only retailer with this profiled carving tool.
  • Product code: C22
  • Made in Sheffield, England, Established 1834.

These tools are designed to the traditional full length design.

Each carving tool has a beech handle with decorative grip spirals along with the iconic Henry Taylor 'Acorn' sticker.

Each wood carving tool has a honed, sharpened blade ready for use.

Acorn tools are world renowned and have been made by Henry Taylor Tools since 1834, combining the traditional pride and skills of those far off days with the aids of modern technology. Only the best quality Sheffield steel is used, coupled with advanced heat treatment, to ensure that the finest of cutting edges is not only achieved but also maintained.

Many of the lower quality tools produced elsewhere are made under drop stamps or presses but Henry Taylor believe that only the hand forging method used by the "Acorn" craftsmen can produce the correctly shaped blade, with the best metallurgical qualities.

Blade Finish: black non-reflective finish on the outside and a straw coloured ground surface on the inside.

Blade Lengths: 4 inch - 5 inch

Tool Manufacturer: Henry Taylor (Sheffield, England)

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