Scumbag & Gentleman

Handmade Double Edge Razor : Australian Ancient Redgum

$89.00
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  • Handmade Double Edge Razor : Australian Ancient Redgum

Scumbag & Gentleman

Handmade Double Edge Razor : Australian Ancient Redgum

$89.00
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There is a special story with the Australian Ancient Redgum timber, having been buried for thousands of years and uncovered in a quarry, these timber exhibit a dense black colour and are extremely rare and unique to this beautiful country.

Australian handmade razors have been missing from the scene for some time, and we really don't understand why when we have some of the most exotic timbers in the world. That is why we have devoted this site to honouring the forgotten artisans and craftspeople of Australia. All our double edge razors are hand turned and crafted by a one man team who focuses on absolute quality. 

We use a high quality stainless steel head weighted to perfection to assist in an effortless glide

Timber

Australian Ancient Redgum

Extremely rare, unearthed from a quarry some years ago.

Timber Characteristics Being buried for thousands of years, soil impregnated the timber resulting in a dark ebony timber.

There is a special story with the Australian Ancient Redgum timber, having been buried for thousands of years and uncovered in a quarry, these timber exhibit a dense black colour and are extremely rare and unique to this beautiful country.

Australian handmade razors have been missing from the scene for some time, and we really don't understand why when we have some of the most exotic timbers in the world. That is why we have devoted this site to honouring the forgotten artisans and craftspeople of Australia. All our double edge razors are hand turned and crafted by a one man team who focuses on absolute quality. 

We use a high quality stainless steel head weighted to perfection to assist in an effortless glide

Timber

Australian Ancient Redgum

Extremely rare, unearthed from a quarry some years ago.

Timber Characteristics Being buried for thousands of years, soil impregnated the timber resulting in a dark ebony timber.