Rusty Razors

Thomas Turner “The Favorite” – 7/8, Round Point, Full Hollow, Vintage Scales

$125.00

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Founded in 1822, Thomas Turner Cutlery was one of the prominent Sheffield razor companies. It had a rich history through 1932 when they went out of business during the Great Depression and was bought by Viners. This particular razor is labeled “The Favorite” and is sure to live up to its name. It’s a 7/8, round point, full hollow and has been paired with vintage horn scales and nickel-silver pins and washers with a lead wedge.

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