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Kent’s Patent Knife Polisher

Kent’s Patent Knife Polisher

SKU: Kent Knife sharp

Formally part of the Twyssenden Manor, in Kent, this Kent's knife sharpening and cleaning machine, c 1905, was the most popular type of knife cleaning machine from 1850 to around 1920. Large households would have used machines like this on a daily basis.

Patent rotary disc hand-operated knife sharpening and cleaning-machine, size 7, no 8926, made by George Kent of High Holborn, London.

 

Knives are placed in the slots at the top of the rotary oak box. Inside are roller sharpeners, and felt buffers and bristles which clean and polish both sides of the knife at the same time.

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£650.00 Regular Price
£455.00Sale Price
VAT Included
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