Yesterday I cut an apple with a Ladyfinger. The night before I opened an Asahi and this morning I wait for the post. The bottle top scratches, the apple stains the blade and this is good. Many of you who own a Ladyfinger will appreciate that with the right tool the job becomes a pleasure. The tools of daily life that age with us, anchoring us to a point in time.
The Ladyfinger is made for us by master knife smith Michael Morris of Michigan, USA. He makes his own Ladyfinger but the blade is thinner and without the Farriers file markings on the side. We asked for a thicker blade where the file markings now show. The Schofield Ladyfinger is in stock…
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