Do you have a Lame? Want one?

This is being done with Graham's permission.

If you would like a Lame as pictured below please send a self addressed strong business sized envelope with $3.70 of stamps on it, and enclose a $5.00 note. Overseas customers PM me for freight costs.

Send to W. Flannery, 28 Kalulah Ave, GOROKAN, NSW 2263.

[img]http://www.sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/3878-1/new_Lame+002.jpg[/img]

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If you would like a Lame as pictured below please send a self addressed strong business sized envelope with $3.70 of stamps on it, and enclose a $5.00 note. Overseas customers PM me for freight costs.

Send to W. Flannery, 28 Kalulah Ave, GOROKAN, NSW 2263.
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Hi Bill

My letter will be in the mail tomorrow. This is a brilliant service.

Graham

I get mine from

http://www.scaritech.com/

Wow! It's definitely a thing of beauty! Will ask hubby (out of the country at the moment) if he can make one. If no can do, I'd love one of these. Superb craftsmanship. I'd carve my initials on this beaut.


Bill,

 

Please advise regarding shipping costs to the United States.  I would like to order a lame from you - it's beautiful.

 

Thanks,

Matt

Celia's husband made her a beautiful lame in the slashed breads forum on page 2...  She might have an idea as to how to make or get one.  Hope this helps.

Terri

You really are what you eat, so eat wisely...

 I would like to order a lame as showen above I live in the US how do I do so?

Thank you!

Brenda

 

Brenda,

It looks like this forum topic is almost 6 years old. I know there are lames available on Amazon.com and various other baking suppliers for something like $16. I am way too cheap to pay that so I bought a pack of single edge razor blades. Ten for $5. It was easy as pie to bend it over a bottle to put that lame curve in it and as for a handle, I haven't had time so I just hold it in my hand and it works great at any angle.

Good luck on your quest.

Laura

 

Hi Brenda,

I too just use razor blades but the double sided ones as shown in the picture at the top.  I thread a thick bamboo skewer in through the two outer 'round' holes.  This gives you a substantial enough 'handle' and puts a nice curve on the blade.  Have also used a piece of thick plastic cable-tie.

Cheap as, but highly effective.

Farinam

 http://www.northwestsourdough.com/store/bakingstore/

thank you  for the info. 

I did find these if any one else is looking.

Hi Bill,

I live in Lake Munmorah do you still sell Lames and also are you still baking?