Thiers Issard


Thiers Issard New Old Stock Straight Razor Spartacus, 3 Boars

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A blade fit for a barrel-chested Thracian gladiator, the Spartacus is not a razor to scoff at. The hefty blade and heavy scales can be challenging for a beginner, but allow the razor to effortlessly plow through any and all hair types. 

The Spartacus has blade crafted from Japanese C135 steel will keeps its edge longer than most, and the added height adds possible decades to the lifespan of the blade.

This edition was part of an exclusive run of old stock we were about to get from Thiers Issard.

Size 7/8"
Grind Hollow Ground
Steel C135 Carbon Steel
Rockwell Hardness 64-65
Scales Stamina Wood
Manufacturer Thiers Issard


KEY INFORMATION

  • All razors are guaranteed shave-ready by our staff.
  • For help using your razor, we suggest you take a Straight Razor Shaving Class at one of our stores, or feel free to contact us for advice.
  • This razor is made from high carbon steel, which is capable of amazing sharpness and great edge retention but requires a little extra care. Be sure to dry your razor well after every use, and oil with Tsubaki Oil or store in a dry place.
  • All straight razors must be stropped before use, to straighten burrs and polish the edge for the smoothest shave possible. Be sure to use a good quality strop and accurate technique.
  • Honing/ Sharpening should be done on Japanese synthetic or natural whetstones. You can bring your blade in to a Kent of Inglewood store to be honed, with the first time free on any blades purchased from us. Razor honing classes are also available at your nearest Kent of Inglewood location. 

About Thiers Issard - Thiers-issard was founded by Pierre Thiers in 1884, its name stemming from his wife’s and his last name, to differentiate between other Thiers of the area. Pierre Thiers put so much of his heart into his business, rumor has it that he died at his work bench. The company passed down through successive generations until 1985, when the company transferred to Gilles Reynewaeter, a frenchman absolutely enamoured by straight razors who has written two books on the subject. The company now uses a proprietary Japanese steel blend mixed with 1800’s techniques to craft some of the best razors in the world.

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