We have some second-hand Joiners Knives that we are retiring, they are the Jarrah handled marking knives we used in the school and used to sell as our preferred marking knife.

We are unable to buy and sell Blue Spruce as a dealer anymore, and purchasing these knives from the U.S. will cost you over $200 AUD now.

We make our own marking knife here in Australia and will be obviously be demonstrating and using our own in the school.

Although used, these knives are in good condition and razor-sharp. there is some wear to the Cerekote (tm) on the blades and the handles, which is inevitable with use, please see the photos.

The Blue Spruce Joiners Knife is a smaller blade version of their Sloyd Knife. It is a very versatile and comfortable knife to use for a wide variety of tasks but works very well for marking joinery. It is a great alternative for those who prefer marking with a traditional double bevel knife rather than a spear point marking knife. The blade is finely machined from 1095 high carbon steel that has been heat-treated and tempered for a fine grain structure and Rc 58 hardness. The straight blade is easy to hone and keep sharp. It is coated with Cerekote (tm) ceramic coating for corrosion resistance durability and good looks. The handle is turned from hard Australian Jarrah for long-lasting durability and added balance. The brass ferrule has been coated with Cerekote and gives an elegant finishing touch to the knife. The knife has an overall length of 6 inches with a blade length of about 2 inches.

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Blue Spruce Joiners Knife Jarrah-Second hand

  • AUD $118.00

  • Ex Tax: AUD $107.27

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