Welcome to the old razor shop.
 
The old razor shop is dedicated to the pleasures of shaving. There was a time when shaving was a rite of passage for boys on their way to manhood and shaving was an art passed from father to son.
It is our goal to bring back those days and make shaving a pleasure again with fine, hand-made razors, stands, brushes, replacement blades, mugs, soaps and other skin care products for men.
 
Our razors are all handmade from the finest exotic woods from around the world as well as some acrylics, TruStone and even deer antler. Brush handles are also handmade and are available with high quality Badger hair knots from standard quality to ultra premium "Silver Tip".
 
Razor Stands range from simple chrome to exotic woods to match the razor and brush.
 
The safety razor sets come with the soap dish, mug soap, and a package of double edged blades to get you started. 
 
NOTE: ALL ITEMS SHOWN AS "SOLD OUT" CAN TYPICALLY BE MADE IN AS LITTLE AS 3-5 DAYS. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR EXACT AVAILABILITY.

 



Shaving Kits are almost times past. Our shaving kits are available for just the razor and stand, or a razor, stand and brush.
The razors use the Gillette Mach 3 refills and can be purchased about anywhere. The stand holds both the razor and brush if shown. The brush is made from premium badger hair.
I recommend matching finishes for the razor, brush, and stand, but this will limit your choices. Acrylics, TruStone, Mokume, and Corian, are not easy to get in the size needed for the brush, so we recommend wood,
Call if you have questions. 
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Honduran rosewood (Dalbergia stevensonii) is found primarily in Belize in central America where it grows to 50-100 feet and as much as 3 feet in diameter.
The heartwood can range from deep brownish purple to a light brown. Most common is a brownish mauve color. The sapwood is pale yellow.Common uses are fine furniture, musical instruments, veneer, turned and other specialty wood objects like pens.
Honduran Rosewood Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Includes Stand
$60.00 X


Buckeye (Aesculus spp.) grows in the eastern United states and is also the state tree of Ohio. The heartwood is creamy white or yellowish and can have grayish streaks. Buckeye burl has reddish brown knots with light to dark grey swirls of discoloring.
We offer natural buckeye burl but lean toward the dyed wood (red, green blue, orange, and others) that offer some of the most unusual combinations we've seen!  We also offer spalted buckeye which finishes a yellowish gray. It is simply one of the best looking pens we've made!
Burled Buckeye Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Includes Stand
$60.00 X


Most likely the origin of satinwood comes from the woven fabric satin, which has a smooth, lustrous face. Regardless of the source of the term, in woodworking, there are a few characteristics that are common in most types of satinwood: yellow-gold color, fine texture, high natural luster, interlocked grain producing mottle figure.
There have been only two species of satinwood that have been accepted as satinwood in the truest sense. Both are in the Rutaceae family which includes the citrus genus, lemon orange, lime, etc. trees.
It is exactly as described and the pens do have a beautiful satiny finish and the 3D effects are amazing in this wood! You got to see it to believe it!
Another one of my favorites!
Curly Satinwood Finish
Trim: Gun Metal
Extras: Includes Stand
$60.00 X


Cocobola (Dalbergia retusa) is a Central American tree growing to 60 feet. Cocobola can be seen in a kaleidoscope of colors ranging from yellow, orange, red, and shades of brown with streaks of black or purple. Sapwood is typically a very pale yellow. Colors are lighter when freshly sanded and darken with age. Cocobola is highly prized and in limited supply, but is not on an endangered species list as yet.
Common uses are fine furniture, musical instruments, and turned products.
Cocobola is one of my non-burl favorites!
Cocobola Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: Includes Stand
$60.00 X


Sycamore (Platanus Occidentalis), sometimes called the Buttonwood, is a species native to North America. It's range extends from Iowa to Ontario and Maine in the north, Nebraska in the west, and south to Texas and Florida.
It's wood has been used extensively for butcher blocks as well as boxes and crates. Although coarse grained and difficult to work, it has also been used to make furniture, siding, and musical instruments.
The wood is mostly comprised of the sapwood with some dark heartwood streaks. The sapwood is white to light tan, and the heartwood a a darker reddish brown.Sycamore has very distinctive ray flecks present on quarter sawn surfaces giving it a freckled appearance.
Sycamore Finish
Trim: Black Titanium
Extras: Includes Stand
$60.00 X


Koa, Blackline Velvet Finish
Trim: Black Titanium
Extras: Includes Stand
$60.00 X


Cedar comes from several different trees that grow in different parts of the world. 
A certain type is used for making pencils, another to protect clothing from insects, some for making fence posts, and another still, for building houses, mostly in Japan. 
This is probably Western Red Cedar.
Cedar Finish
Trim: Black Titanium
Extras: Includes Stand
$60.00 X


This beautiful wood from south and southeast Asia, is a flowering evergreen in the grass family. It is one of the fastest growing plants in the world and is often used in construction in that part of the world and has a higher compressive strength than brick or concrete and a tensile strength that rivals steel. 
This wood has been dyed a beautiful medium carmel color, but the grains have not been overpowered by the dye. Definitely an eye catcher!
Bamboo, Carmelized Finish
Trim: Black Titanium
Extras: Includes Stand
$60.00 X


Honduran rosewood (Dalbergia stevensonii) is found primarily in Belize in central America where it grows to 50-100 feet and as much as 3 feet in diameter.
The heartwood can range from deep brownish purple to a light brown. Most common is a brownish mauve color. The sapwood is pale yellow.Common uses are fine furniture, musical instruments, veneer, turned and other specialty wood objects like pens.
Honduran Rosewood Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$75.00 X


The lead wood tree is found from KwaZulu-Natal Province of south Africa in the south to Tanzania in the north. Lead wood trees can live up to 1000 years. The tree can remain standing for years after it has died.
 It was once used for railway sleepers and is now prized as wood for ornamental work and furniture.
The Hereros and the Ovambos tribes of Namibia regard the lead wood tree as the great ancestor of all animals and people and they never pass the tree without paying it the necessary respect!
Leadwood Finish
Trim: Chrome
Extras: N/A
$110.00 X
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