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Jon Sauer

3 Bread Lames

Bread Lames made of African Blackwood, Tagua Nut, Betel Nut & Pink Ivory wood. Decorated on a rose engine lathe. Two views, one with the scoring blades extended, and the other with the blade retracted. Screw fittings are located internally. These are used by bread bakers to score the top of bred loves just prior to placing in the oven. 1.85" in diameter.

3 Bread Lames
Jon Sauer, Jul 31, 2020 at 3:04 AM
    • Clifton C
      Those are incredible, I use a chopstick with blade threaded on the end, I'm going to throw it away... I can't imagine your lames covered in flour. Maybe in a glass display case... :D
    • Glenn Lefley
      Wow gorgeous. Do you sell them. If so pm me details.
      I too have never heard of these. But I know a few bakers that would die for one, but probably be scared to dirty it!
    • Russ Braun
      Never heard of a bread lame before; can’t imagine any finer examples than these Jon!
    • Jon Sauer
      I made these for a friend who challenged me to make a few better than those similar on the market. They turned out almost too good to use, but are great show and tell item for Bread Bakers. Not sure if I will revisit making these.
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