The ergonomic adjustable snath (handle) for the scythe blades are made in Switzerland or Austria of European Ash.
The course whetstone is a synthetic stone, mainly used when doing blade repairs.
The copper whestone holder is worn on the belt. It is filled with water and holds the whetstone for use whilst scything.
The counterweight attaches to the upper end of the snath
This 65 length blade is made in Italy
The fine whetstone is cut from the natural stone on Mount Rosutec in Slovakia
This is a great hayrake for cleaning up after mowing with a scythe.
The wide hayrake is perfect for gathering up the hay after mowing with the scythe. This comes without a handle
Medium whetstone, natural stone suitable for use with the bush blade
This anvil with platform is an excellent tool for peening. Needs to be used with a mirror polished peening hammer.
This is a well made peening hammer with a mirror polished square head on one side and a narrow rectangular one on the other
This simple peening jig is easy to use and you just need a place to set it up and a normal hammer.
This machine makes peening really quick to do.
This is a pitchfork, good for moving grass or hay or turning compost
This is a large but wonderful pitchfork.
The plastic whestone holder is worn on the belt whilst mowing, keeping the whetstone in some water.
The Red Bush blade is 50cm long. It is best for use on scrubby vwegetation or grass that has been growing for more than 12 months.
The small balck blade is for using in small spaces.
Black Scythe blade. for flat land or where you want the grass cut short.
Fabulous result for lawns.
This commonly known as the orchard Blade in Austria. The blade is turned up at the end, so it does not cut the grass too short.
The scythe kit one includes a snath, a blade, a fine whetstone and a plastic whetstone holder.
In the notes part of the check out you can tell us which snath and which blade you want.
This kit is the basics for beginning scything. It includes adjustable snath, one grass blade (or the Red Bush blade) a whetstone and a copper whetstone holder.
This simple anvil is suitable for those with experience and who have a suitable peening hammer.