Wet Shaving

Rasoir is the one-stop online shop for all your wet shaving needs, including open razors and razors that are unique to the site. Rasoir boasts rare and custom made razors that are ideal gift ideas for Father’s Day and other special occasions.

Rasoir sells quality open razors, cartridge razors, accessories, scissors, shaving brushes, drawstring bags, razor stands and much more.

Among the top-of-the-range products on offer is the limited edition Cecil’s Antique Wood Safety Razor. With just 50 produced, this extremely fine and rare razor is the complete shaving solution for men with taste. It boasts reclaimed Royal Navy teak, stored for 60 years following the decommissioning of the Royal Yacht Britannia, and comes complete with a hand-written letter of authenticity.

Finest quality shaving brushes, again featuring teak from the Royal Yacht, are also available, along with items made to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.

Rasoir’s range of folding knives are unique and handmade by Sheffield craftsmen using oak from HMS Victory.

The Imperial Safety Razor features a handle that is handcrafted fromKarelian birch burl – one of the most distinctive and rare woods in the world. Wood was imported from Finland for this limited edition gem. Karelian birch is famed for being used in the manufacture of a Faberge egg made for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II. The egg featured the birch set in a gold frame and was the only Faberge egg to feature wood.

The Nebula range includes a variety of fine handle materials, each especially chosen for appearance and durability.

To find out more about Rasoir’s top quality and unique products, visit
http://www.rasoir.uk or email post@rasoir.uk.

Alternatively, you can call Rasoir on 01474 879943.

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