Taylor's Eye Witness Barlow folding knife
Please note this item is only available to purchase from in-person events.
The Barlow knife was first produced in England by Obadiah Barlow in the 1600s. Over the centuries, this style of knife has gained a reputation as a robust, versatile working knife for use in the garden or workshop. This traditional Barlow model has a long top bolster for additional strength.
- Made from 420H stainless steel, high-carbon steel with a minimum chromium content of 12%
- Hardwood handle
- Length: 17 cm open, 9 cm closed. Blade: 6.5cm
- Handmade in Sheffield, England
- Dry, sharpen and wipe with camellia oil after each use
- Presented in a box for easy gifting
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Care of your knife
- Remove sap and plant fibres with a tool brush or crean mate (sap eraser) after each use.
- Dry the blade carefully using a soft cloth.
- Wipe a few drops of camellia oil over the blade before storing.
- When required, sharpen your knife using a sharpening stone, following the bevelled edge.
- Use a dab of linseed oil to bring the hardwood handle back to its original lustre.
Use your knife for cutting plant material and twine, but not for wire or plastic, which may damage the blade.