Shedua Handled Dovetail Saw

Shedua Handled Dovetail Saw


Our original Dovetail Saw handled in Shedua. Shedua is a hard and dense West African tropical wood with alternating black and brown stripes with a natural depth which is quite striking. This wood has more names that any other hardwood. The same species used in Guitars is called Ovangkol. When used in other articles such as case good or tools is is also called Amazique. When cut into veneer it is known as Mozambique. All refer to the same species of Guibourtia Ehie. Regardless of what you call it, this makes a fantastic looking handle!

This saw has a 9" long blade with 1 5/8" under the back. The blade is .018" thick with a uniform, even set measuring .025" sufficient for easy cutting in dry seasoned hardwoods. The teeth have a progressive pitch which start at 16 points and become coarser over the length of the blade ending up at 13 points under the handle. This allows for a saw that is easy to start and fast in the cut.

Other features include:

Hand Filed and Hammer Set Teeth

Solid brass milled back

Hand applied tung oil finish

Solid Brass Hardware

Custom, hand carved handle designed for the ultimate in sawing comfort

Arrives in fitted case suitable for storage or gifting

The close up of the handle is the the exact saw that you will receive. Other photos are representative of the features present on your saw. In stock for immediate shipment!

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Shedua Handled Dovetail Saw
Shedua Handled Dovetail Saw
Shedua Handled Dovetail Saw

Shedua Handled Dovetail Saw

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 22 April, 2024.

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