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Painting Knife

by Loew Cornell

The blades are of extremely flexible, hand forged steel set in hardwood handles. Made in Italy.

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Painting Knife

by Loew Cornell

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Christine from West Richland, WA says:

This little knife is one of two used by Ahuva Shweiki in her videos on how to paint roses with a palette knife on YouTube. I have been searching for a good deal on this knife for a year and finally found...[more]

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Rated by: Christine in West Richland, WA
This little knife is one of two used by Ahuva Shweiki in her videos on how to paint roses with a palette knife on YouTube. I have been searching for a good deal on this knife for a year and finally found one here at Mister Art. Thank you for an excellent product at a reasonable price.
Rated by: melanie m. in bham, AL
My favorite painting knife; flexible and easy to clean. Haven't found any better than this.
Rated by: Jo Beth H. in Nothingham, MD
This palette knife is quite flexible which comes in handy when mixing paints. I also use it for applying paints to achieve an affect. Quality item. I would buy again; in fact, I did buy two of different sizes.
Rated by: Ted B. in Johnsonville, NY
I appreciate that I can purchase these knives online. Your company is one of the very few who offer them. The price was fine, the order was delivered promptly, and I am enjoying these fine painting knives. For plein air painting, the weight and price and ease of handling makes these knives uniquely the best. thank you.
Rated by: Katherine M. in Fairfield, CT
It's a palette knife, what can I say? It's bendable, yet it doesn't break when I use it to mix paint.

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