The Dovo Mammoth Ivory Razor is a true collector's piece and a wonderful piece of history, with scales crafted from ancient mammoth ivory making each razor truly unique. Although Dovo is not currently manufacturing this razor we have obtained one with slight signs of corrosion. SLIGHT SECOND - Please see full description below.
A natural yellow "select grade" coticule honing stone from Ardennes Coticule which is an ideal choice for anyone seeking a natural finishing stone. This high quality natural stone is very hard wearing and, with the right care, should last a lifetime. Supplied in wooden box with slurry stone.
The combination of Rams Horn scales with a Damascus blade produces a unique razor of great character. On one side the scales of this razor are a pale honey colour, with hints of red and being fairly smooth. The other is slightly figured with a dark characterful stripe. The images shown are of the actual razor being offered for sale.
The combination of Rams Horn scales with a Damascus blade produces a unique razor of great character. This particular razor has scales in a lighter pale honey coloured horn which is slightly translucent. It has a small degree of natural figuring on both sides of the scales but these are otherwise smooth. The images shown are of the actual razor being...
The combination of Rams Horn scales with a Damascus blade produces a unique razor of great character. The scales of this particular razor are darker than some and have natural grey, cream and brown colouring with some natural figuring in the horn giving a pleasing effect. The images shown are of the actual razor being offered for sale.
A glorious Damascus blade with beautiful Desert Ironwood scales which are darker than previous examples we have had and have an aged look to them. A very impressive razor all round. Images are of the actual razor being sold.
A most attractive razor featuring the Wheatfield spine design on a 7/8 square point razor and with Black Horn scales. This popular design was created in the 19th Century and the spine has been chiselled or filed by hand. The blade has a mirror finish to both sides, with black Dreadnought marking and has jimping to the lower side of the tang.