A woodworking saw that cuts against the grain of mass production
A beautiful and sturdy dovetail joint is still the signature of fine craftsmanship. Yes, you can use a router and jig, but cutting them by hand for that 6-drawer desk produces more character and is - admit it - a lot more impressive. To do it right, you need a Dovetail Saw like this one, with 15 teeth per inch to make fine cuts on the push or pull stroke. Offset handle permits flush cuts of all kinds, including on door frames and trim. Reversible blade for left or right handed use. Measures 10" (250mm). Durable hardwood handle.