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Premium Beginner's Palm Carving Tool Set - 5 Piece

Item 163746
Model FRP310

$101.99

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Flexcut® Premium Beginners Palm Carving Tool Set features the same 5 tools as the standard ash-handled set: #2 x 5/16" skew, #3 x 3/8" gouge, #6 x 5/16" gouge, #11 x 1/8" gouge, and 70° x 1/4 V-parting tool, but with smooth cherry handles fitted with brass ferrules all safely ensconced...

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Flexcut® Premium Beginners Palm Carving Tool Set features the same 5 tools as the standard ash-handled set: #2 x 5/16" skew, #3 x 3/8" gouge, #6 x 5/16" gouge, #11 x 1/8" gouge, and 70° x 1/4 V-parting tool, but with smooth cherry handles fitted with brass ferrules all safely ensconced in a cherry box. One might think the set is not worth the extra money, but the cherry handles and brass ferrules are an upgrade in look and durability, and the box isn’t bad either. Great carving set for beginners and a beautiful add-on to anyone’s carving tools.

Features:

  • Premium Beginners Palm Carving Tool Set
  • Comfortable cherry-handled tools in a cherry storage box
  • Durability enhanced with brass ferrules
  • Razor sharp cutting edge for maximum control
  • Made in the USA

Specifications:

  • Overall Length: 5''
  • Blade Length: 3''
  • Handle Material: Cherry
  • Blade Material: High carbon steel

What's Included:

  • (1) #3 x 3/8'' Palm Sweep
  • (1) #6 x 5/16'' Palm Sweep
  • (1) #11 x 1/8'' Palm Sweep
  • (1) #2 x 5/16'' Palm Skew
  • (1) 70° x 1/4'' Palm V-Tool
  • (1) Cherry storage case

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