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    Default Wolf Tools wax carving set - unused

    I had to get something out of the drawer of shame, and found, amongst other things, this set of unopened, unused Wolf Tools.

    They're much too nice for someone not to be making use of them.

    54 including 1st class signed for postage.

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    or take a look at https://www.cooksongold.com/Jeweller...268&channel=uk

    There's a box of wax sheets and rings and things too somewhere which I really should dig out.
    Time to accept this is simply not something I'm ever going to do!

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    Very tempting if I hadn't just bought a set of expensive specially cut scalpel blades. Darn it. I'd be interested in your waxes though (depending on the shapes) as I was just about to put in another order.

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    NOW SOLD. Thanks to all concerned for the interest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheen View Post
    ...a set of expensive specially cut scalpel blades.
    Funnily enough, I just bought some Xacto-type blades which I'll be grinding to different shapes. Not prepared to buy the "expensive" ones and massacre them

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps_bond View Post
    Funnily enough, I just bought some Xacto-type blades which I'll be grinding to different shapes. Not prepared to buy the "expensive" ones and massacre them
    Looks like we're all having a wax carving binge. Mine were ground by waxcarving.co.uk I wasn't quite sure what shapes I would need so that's a bit of a short cut. I paid for the pleasure

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    Far too many shaping & sharpening tools on hand for me to justify paying someone else to do it. I'd only feel guilty about it.

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