several bootfairs after kicking myself for not buying a near perfect condition drawknife for £15 i found this for £2 patience does pay off
drawknives are not really 'bushcraft tools' in the sense that you would take one with you to the woods but more for the home workshop or permanent log cabin shelter tool to make items like buck saw frames, axe handles, furniture, skis etc.
the round handles are surprisingly comfortable
i imagine the curvature has a certain use or advantage? not sure
it is made by peugeot freres. the bevel is pretty rough at the moment but the edge is good
i tested it on some fairly seasoned birch and it cuts like a dream! so little effort and so much control
it is VERY good for making feathersticks lol