For reasons of stock management and the ongoing process of closing down, the Webshop is now PERMANENTLY CLOSED to retail with positively NO EXCEPTIONS.

We will accept BULK orders from January 2020 on a  TRADE basis only   

 

The web catalogue content remains in place as a guide to bulk trade stock presently held.

Pricing and availability by individual

(e mail preferred) request

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BULKING AND SHAPING + SUNDRY ITEMS

Forming plates and clamps

BUFFALO HORN FORMING PLATE

BUFFALO HORN FORMING PLATE




Buffalo Horn handle forming plate, supplied "bare".

Made in 10mm plate steel with accurate market stick sized central "former".

Strong welds ensure a lifetime's use.

A "foot" welded to rear surface of the plate ( not seen in photo ) enables the plate to be firmly gripped in the vice. Heated horn may be shaped around central portion with use of sash and G clamps.

Heated horn may also be firmly drawn to backing plate with clamps ensuring that resultant handle blank is "plum" and nose section in line with heel.

4" G Clamp

4" G Clamp

"Kennedy Engineering", heavy duty drop forged G Clamp. For use in "pinning" the horn being worked around the central "former". Extremely strong clamps that will give a lifetime's use.

LEATHER LACE

Special OfferLEATHER LACE

Currently on special offer!

English saddle leather quality lace.....absolute top quality material, produced for us in Yorkshire by an old established firm where quality of finish, strengtha nd appearance is assured. Use for stick lanyards ( or shoelaces! ).

Several styles....see below.

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Highland Horn Company Ltd, Taigh na Corrach, Knockmuir Brae, Avoch, Ross-Shire, Scotland IV9 8RD

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