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    <p>Belgian Coticule Whetstones</p> <p>The quarrying of Belgian whetstones in the Ardennes is first mentioned in a Roman document. But the story of these natural honing stones goes further back than that. The approx. 480 million-year-old grey yellow sedimentary stones, originating from volcanic ash, are composed of very fine garnet crystals. During honing, these are released from the matrix and, in combination with water and abrasion debris, make a honing paste. The garnets only remove fine shavings from the metal and ensure a good polish. Unique combination of quick abrasive action and grain size.</p> <p>Interesting fact: To produce 1 kg of sharpening stones approx. 1500 kg of cliff must be removed. The thin yellow slices are glued to a slate base and cut to size.</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 6000-8000</p> <p>Dimensions 150 x 40 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.405
    Belgian Whetstone, Block, 150 x 40 x 20 mm Belgian Stone Sharpening

    Belgian Whetstone, Block, 150 x 40 x 20 mm

    €76.97
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    <p>Belgian Coticule Whetstones</p> <p>The quarrying of Belgian whetstones in the Ardennes is first mentioned in a Roman document. But the story of these natural honing stones goes further back than that. The approx. 480 million-year-old grey yellow sedimentary stones, originating from volcanic ash, are composed of very fine garnet crystals. During honing, these are released from the matrix and, in combination with water and abrasion debris, make a honing paste. The garnets only remove fine shavings from the metal and ensure a good polish. Unique combination of quick abrasive action and grain size.</p> <p>Interesting fact: To produce 1 kg of sharpening stones approx. 1500 kg of cliff must be removed. The thin yellow slices are glued to a slate base and cut to size.</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 6000-8000</p> <p>Dimensions 75 x 30 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.404
    Belgian Whetstone, Closer Belgian Stone Sharpening

    Belgian Whetstone, Closer

    €13.11
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    <p>Belgian Coticule Whetstones</p> <p>The quarrying of Belgian coticules in the Ardennes is first mentioned in a Roman document. But the story of these natural honing stones goes further back than that. The approx. 480 million-year-old grey yellow sedimentary stones, originating from volcanic ash, are composed of very fine garnet crystals. During honing, these are released from the matrix and, in combination with water and abrasion debris, make a honing paste. The garnets only remove fine shavings from the metal and ensure a good polish. Unique combination of quick abrasive action and grain size.</p> <p>Interesting fact: To produce 1 kg of sharpening stones, approx. 1500 kg of solid rock must be removed. The thin yellow slices are glued to a slate base and cut to size.</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Dimensions 75 x 3-7 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.403
    Belgian Whetstone, Half-Round Slipstone, Width 3-7 mm Belgian Stone Sharpening

    Belgian Whetstone, Half-Round Slipstone, Width 3-7 mm

    €8.11
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    <p>Belgian Coticule Whetstones</p> <p>The quarrying of Belgian whetstones in the Ardennes is first mentioned in a Roman document. But the story of these natural honing stones goes further back than that. The approx. 480 million-year-old grey yellow sedimentary stones, originating from volcanic ash, are composed of very fine garnet crystals. During honing, these are released from the matrix and, in combination with water and abrasion debris, make a honing paste. The garnets only remove fine shavings from the metal and ensure a good polish. Unique combination of quick abrasive action and grain size.</p> <p>Interesting fact: To produce 1 kg of sharpening stones approx. 1500 kg of cliff must be removed. The thin yellow slices are glued to a slate base and cut to size.</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 6000-8000</p> <p>Dimensions 33-39 cm²</p> <p></p>
    032.402
    Belgian Whetstone, Fragments, 33-39 cm² Belgian Stone Sharpening

    Belgian Whetstone, Fragments, 33-39 cm²

    €20.41
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    <p>Traditional Japanese honing stone manufactured in a small batch series. It hardly clogs, features a noticeable abrasive action and yet a high polishing effect. Because of its hard bond, the stone does not wear quickly. Thanks to its large surface, it is also suitable for wide plane blades and large knives. Suited for low-alloy carbon steels but also for high-alloy tool steels. Before use, soak the stone in water for approx. 10 minutes. It can also be stored in water permanently.</p> <p>Grit 8000</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 73 x 24 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.399
    Awasedo Honing Stone, Grit 8000 Awasedo Sharpening

    Awasedo Honing Stone, Grit 8000

    €76.15
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    <p>This set consists of sharpening stones with grits 600, 1000 and 3000.</p> <p>Set consists of grits 600, 1000 and 3000. It is ideal for sharpening cutting tool edges.</p> <p>Kunsuto sharpening stones</p> <p>This stone series was developed in cooperation with a Japanese sharpening stone expert. The aim was to create a Japanese stone series suitable for both high-alloy tool steels and low-alloy carbon steels. The numerous tests were supported by microscopic images of the cutting edges after sharpening. This stone series has a medium-hard bond, which does not wear out quickly even with tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium). However, both steel types allow good material removal with a pleasant ease of use. The microscopic images show a harmonious surface and a precise cutting edge form for both types of steel.</p> <p>Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 600, 1000, 3000</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 78 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.385
    Kunsuto Sharpening Stones, 3-Piece Set Kunsuto Sharpening

    Kunsuto Sharpening Stones, 3-Piece Set

    €91.72
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    <p>"Grit 220, grit 1000 and grit 3000 as a set.</p> <p>Goken Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone has a relatively hard bond. It is particularly suitable for high-alloy steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stones should be soaked in water for at least 10 minutes before use, but must not be stored in water permanently.</p> <p></p>
    032.375
    Naniwa Sharpening Stones for Garden Shears, 3-Piece Set Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Sharpening Stones for Garden Shears, 3-Piece Set

    €38.44
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    <p>Rounded edges on both sides.</p> <p>Dual Stone by Suehiro</p> <p>A new development, which will primarily appeal to sculptors, is the new Dual Stone series from Suehiro. The extremely hard abrasive grains have a relatively hard, non-porous bond. The main advantage of this series is that you can sharpen with water or oil, whichever you prefer, so the series can be optimally complemented with Arkansas stones. You should rub the stones with water or oil before use and store them in a dry place. Because of the non-porous bond, the grits must be rated much finer.</p> <p>Dimensions 115 x 38 x 9 mm"</p>
    032.371
    Suehiro Dual Stone Suehiro Sharpening

    Suehiro Dual Stone

    €43.36
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    <p>"For sharpening and finishing.</p> <p>With two different grits. Comes with Nagura stone. For sharpening and finishing.</p> <p>Cerax by Suehiro</p> <p>Cerax is the best-known brand of the Suehiro company. The stones sold under this name have a medium-hard bond and are particularly suitable for high-alloy tool steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stone with the base has extra stability and is easy to store. A Nagura stone is used for cleaning and unclogging the surface of the stone and for creating a fine polishing paste. Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes, but do not store them in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Grit 1000/6000</p> <p>Dimensions 183 x 63 x 32 mm</p> <p>Base with base</p> <p></p>
    032.370
    Cerax Combination Stone, with Base, 1000/6000 Grit Cerax Sharpening

    Cerax Combination Stone, with Base, 1000/6000 Grit

    €68.77
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    <p>For sharpening and finishing.</p> <p>With two different grits. Comes with Nagura stone. For sharpening and finishing.</p> <p>Cerax by Suehiro</p> <p>Cerax is the best-known brand of the Suehiro company. The stones sold under this name have a medium-hard bond and are particularly suitable for high-alloy tool steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stone with the base has extra stability and is easy to store. A Nagura stone is used for cleaning and unclogging the surface of the stone and for creating a fine polishing paste. Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes, but do not store them in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Grit 1000/6000</p> <p>Dimensions 183 x 63 x 32 mm</p> <p>Base without base</p> <p></p>
    032.369
    Cerax Combination Stone, without Base, 1000/6000 Grit Cerax Sharpening

    Cerax Combination Stone, without Base, 1000/6000 Grit

    €56.48
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    <p>Bench stone</p> <p>A very fine grit sediment stone from the Kyoto region. Perfect for removing burr and polishing hand-forged plane blades, chisels and knife blades made of carbon steel. Ground flat on one side.</p> <p>Grit 10 000-15 000</p> <p>Dimensions 175 x 60 x 10 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.361
    Japanese Natural Stone "Sho-Honyama", Bench Stone Sho-Honyama Sharpening

    Japanese Natural Stone "Sho-Honyama", Bench Stone

    €92.54
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    <p>Fragment</p> <p>A very fine grit sediment stone from the Kyoto region. Perfect for removing burr and polishing hand-forged plane blades, chisels and knife blades made of carbon steel. Ground flat on one side.</p> <p>Grit 10 000-15 000</p> <p>Dimensions 75-95 x 50-80 x 7-13 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.360
    Japanese Natural Stone "Sho-Honyama", Fragment Sho-Honyama Sharpening

    Japanese Natural Stone "Sho-Honyama", Fragment

    €27.79
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    <p>For shaping and sharpening. 250 grit side green silicon carbide, 1000 grit side aluminium oxide.</p> <p>King/Sun Tiger</p> <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are particularly suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Green silicon carbide abrasive is used for 180 grit. For all other grits aluminium oxideis used.</p> <p>Grit 250/1000</p> <p>Dimensions 150 x 50 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.198
    King Sun Tiger Combination Stone, Grit 250/1000 Trade King Mark Sharpening

    King Sun Tiger Combination Stone, Grit 250/1000

    €27.79
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    <p>Shaping stone with good sharpening qualities. Silicon carbide abrasive.</p> <p>Traditional Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone series is suitable for sharpening blunt knives and tool blades. The stone has a relatively hard bond, it therefore stays flat for a longer time. It is ideal for high-alloy tool steels, but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium) require a stone that does not wear quickly. Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p>Naniwa has changed the name and the packaging of this sharpening stone series (formerly known as DX Stone). The sharpening stone itself has not been changed.</p> <p>Grit 220</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.181
    Naniwa Traditional Stone, Grit 220 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Traditional Stone, Grit 220

    €26.97
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    <p>Medium-grit lime sandstone from the Kumamoto region for general sharpening. Readily absorbs water, cuts well and easily produces a fine slurry.</p> <p>Japanese Natural Stones</p> <p>""A blade and sharpening stone must be as perfect a match as bride and groom"" according to legendary blacksmith, Shigeoshi Iwasaki. Finding the ideal pairing is no easy task in either case. Despite the excellent performance of synthetic stones, many experienced sharpeners still prefer natural stones for sharpening their finest blades. Japanese sharpening stones are particularly renowned for their effect to harmoniously sharpen hand-forged carbon steels. They can bring a blade’s full potential to the fore and allow the sharpening process itself to become a pleasant ritual. The finest stones from the Honyama quarries are becoming increasingly difficult to acquire - we take great pleasure in still being able to offer these rare treasures. Natural Japanese stones may only be used with water and must be kept protected from frost. Please note that the stones may have slight natural imperfections and may vary somewhat in size.</p> <p> </p> <p>Grit 800-1200</p> <p>Dimensions 220 x 60 x 62 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.197
    Japanese Natural Stone "Binsui" Binsui Sharpening

    Japanese Natural Stone "Binsui"

    €44.18
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    <p>Coarse corresponds to grit 220 and fine corresponds to grit 1000.</p> <p>The gentle, highly pure white aluminium oxideused for the manufacturing of this stone is much finer than the abrasives of other synthetic oilstones. Additionally the stone is highly effective and does not clog easily. Pre-soaked with oil in the factory, it comes ready for use.</p> <p>Grit fine/coarse</p> <p>Dimensions 203 x 51 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.195
    Norton India Oilstone, Combination Stone, Coarse/Fine Norton Sharpening

    Norton India Oilstone, Combination Stone, Coarse/Fine

    €19.59
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    <p>Very aggressive, hard silicon carbide stone. Also suited for trueing other stones.</p> <p>Suehiro Standard Series</p> <p>The stones from the original Suehiro series have a relatively soft bond and are thus designed for low-alloy carbon steels (Blue and White Paper Steel). The stones should be sprayed with water before use. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently.</p> <p>Grit 100</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 55 x 27 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.193
    Suehiro Coarse Shaping Stone, Grit 100 Suehiro Sharpening

    Suehiro Coarse Shaping Stone, Grit 100

    €22.87
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    <p>Shaping stone with good sharpening qualities. Green silicon carbide abrasive.</p> <p>King/Sun Tiger</p> <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are ideal for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Green silicon carbide abrasive is used for 180 grit. For all other grits aluminium oxideis used.</p> <p>Grit 240</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 75 x 50 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.189
    King Sun Tiger Shaping Stone, Grit 240 Trade King Mark Sharpening

    King Sun Tiger Shaping Stone, Grit 240

    €45.82
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    <p>Shaping stone with good sharpening qualities. Green silicon carbide abrasive.</p> <p>King/Sun Tiger</p> <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are ideal for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Green silicon carbide abrasive is used for 180 grit. For all other grits aluminium oxideis used.</p> <p>Grit 220</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 66 x 34 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.188
    King Sun Tiger Shaping Stone, Grit 220 Trade King Mark Sharpening

    King Sun Tiger Shaping Stone, Grit 220

    €46.64
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    <p>With two different grits. Ideal grit mix for razors.</p> <p>Super Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This sharpening stone series is ideal for the final polishing of knife blades. The stones provide a highly polished effect and stay flat for a long time. When sharpening, however, they provide a pleasant feeling as though working on soft natural stones.</p> <p>They are ideal for sharpening extremely hard</p> <p>low-alloy carbon steels(White and Blue Paper Steel).</p> <p>Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p>Naniwa has changed the name and the packaging of this sharpening stone series (formerly Super Stone Series). The sharpening stone itself has not been changed.</p> <p>Grit 3000/10 000</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.186
    Naniwa Combination Stone, Super Stone S1, Grit 3000/10000 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Combination Stone, Super Stone S1, Grit 3000/10000

    €105.66
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    <p>This Japanese waterstone of aluminium oxidehas a hard bond and therefore does not wear quickly. Particularly suited for high-alloy tool steels. Before use, soak the stone in water for approx. 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p>Grit 2000</p> <p>Dimensions 215 x 75 x 50 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.160
    Jinzo Sharpening Stone, Grit 2000 Jinzo Sharpening

    Jinzo Sharpening Stone, Grit 2000

    €62.21
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    <p>With two different grits. Comes with Nagura stone. For sharpening.</p> <p>Cerax by Suehiro</p> <p>Cerax is the best-known brand of the Suehiro company. The stones sold under this name have a medium-hard bond and are particularly suitable for high-alloy tool steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stone with the base has extra stability and is easy to store. A Nagura stone is used for cleaning and unclogging the surface of the stone and for creating a fine polishing paste. Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes, but do not store them in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Grit 1000/3000</p> <p>Dimensions 183 x 63 x 32 mm</p> <p>Base with base</p> <p></p>
    032.157
    Cerax Combination Stone with Base, Grit 1000/3000 with Base Cerax Sharpening

    Cerax Combination Stone with Base, Grit 1000/3000 with Base

    €50.74
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    <p>With two different grits. Comes with Nagura stone. For sharpening.</p> <p>Cerax by Suehiro</p> <p>Cerax is the best-known brand of the Suehiro company. The stones sold under this name have a medium-hard bond and are particularly suitable for high-alloy tool steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stone with the base has extra stability and is easy to store. A Nagura stone is used for cleaning and unclogging the surface of the stone and for creating a fine polishing paste. Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes, but do not store them in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Grit 1000/3000</p> <p>Dimensions 183 x 63 x 32 mm</p> <p>without base</p> <p></p>
    032.156
    Cerax Combination Stone without Base, Grit 1000/3000 Cerax Sharpening

    Cerax Combination Stone without Base, Grit 1000/3000

    €35.98
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    <p>Vegetable-tanned kangaroo leather is softer and therefore more flexible, which is ideal for sharpening razor cutting edges.</p> <p>Leather honing strop block for honing tool, knife and razor blades. After honing on benchstones, we recommend stropping on leather for ultra-sharp edges. Can be used with or without sharpening paste.</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.144
    Jende Leather Honing Strop Block, Kangaroo Leather Jende Sharpening

    Jende Leather Honing Strop Block, Kangaroo Leather

    €34.34
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    <p>The underside of the vegetable-tanned cowhide is softer and therefore ideal for polishing light contours or serrations on tool and knife edges.</p> <p>Leather honing strop block for honing tool, knife and razor blades. After honing on benchstones, we recommend stropping on leather for ultra-sharp edges. Can be used with or without sharpening paste.</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.145
    Jende Leather Honing Strop Block, Rough Leather Jende Sharpening

    Jende Leather Honing Strop Block, Rough Leather

    €34.34
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    <p>The harder upper side of vegetable-tanned cowhide is ideal for sharpening tool and knife cutting edges.</p> <p>Leather honing strop block for honing tool, knife and razor blades. After honing on benchstones, we recommend stropping on leather for ultra-sharp edges. Can be used with or without sharpening paste.</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.143
    Jende Leather Honing Strop Block, Cowhide Jende Sharpening

    Jende Leather Honing Strop Block, Cowhide

    €34.34
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    <p>Aluminium oxide abrasive.</p> <p>Kunsuto Oilstones</p> <p>These stones were developed to offer a complete series of sharpening oilstones for sculpting gouges and chisels. Until now, only coarse synthetic oilstones (Norton India) and Arkansas natural stones with very fine grit were available on the market in good quality. The Kunsuto sharpening stones close this gap and allow a continuous sharpening process with oilstones of grit 220 and 1000 (Norton India), the medium grits 2000 and 4000 for shaping the cutting edge (Kunsuto), and the Arkansas natural stone. The development process of the stones made in Germany was supported by microscope images of the cutting edges after sharpening. Pre-soaked with oil in the factory, it comes ready for use.</p> <p>Grit 2000</p> <p>Dimensions 200 x 50 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.136
    Kunsuto Sharpening Oilstone, grit 2000 Kunsuto Sharpening

    Kunsuto Sharpening Oilstone, grit 2000

    €22.87
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    <p>Aluminium oxide abrasive.</p> <p>Kunsuto Oilstones</p> <p>These stones were developed to offer a complete series of sharpening oilstones for sculpting gouges and chisels. Until now, only coarse synthetic oilstones (Norton India) and Arkansas natural stones with very fine grit were available on the market in good quality. The Kunsuto sharpening stones close this gap and allow a continuous sharpening process with oilstones of grit 220 and 1000 (Norton India), the medium grits 2000 and 4000 for shaping the cutting edge (Kunsuto), and up to the Arkansas natural stone. The development process of the stones made in Germany was supported by microscope images of the cutting edges after sharpening. Pre-soaked with oil in the factory, it comes ready for use.</p> <p>Grit 2000/4000</p> <p>Dimensions 200 x 50 x 25 mm"</p>
    032.135
    Kunsuto Combination Oilstone, grit 2000/4000 Kunsuto Sharpening

    Kunsuto Combination Oilstone, grit 2000/4000

    €22.87
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    <p>Aluminium oxide abrasive.</p> <p>Kunsuto Oilstones</p> <p>These stones were developed to offer a complete series of sharpening oilstones for sculpting gouges and chisels. Until now, only coarse synthetic oilstones (Norton India) and Arkansas natural stones with very fine grit were available on the market in good quality. The Kunsuto sharpening stones close this gap and allow a continuous sharpening process with oilstones of grit 220 and 1000 (Norton India), the medium grits 2000 and 4000 for shaping the cutting edge (Kunsuto), and up to the Arkansas natural stone. The development process of the stones made in Germany was supported by microscope images of the cutting edges after sharpening. Pre-soaked with oil in the factory, it comes ready for use.</p> <p>Grit 4000</p> <p>Dimensions 200 x 50 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.134
    Kunsuto Honing Oilstone, Grit 4000 Kunsuto Sharpening

    Kunsuto Honing Oilstone, Grit 4000

    €24.51
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    <p>Hibiki Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone series is especially suitable for sharpening tool blades as well as for honing the back, e.g. on chisels or plane blades. Thanks to its particularly hard bond, the stone remains flat for a longer time. These stones are ideal for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently.</p> <p>Grit 3000</p> <p>Dimensions 206 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.129
    Naniwa Hibiki, grit 3000 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Hibiki, grit 3000

    €55.66
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    <p>White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Hibiki Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone series is especially suitable for sharpening tool blades as well as for honing the back, e.g. on chisels or plane blades. Thanks to its particularly hard bond, the stone remains flat for a longer time. These stones are ideal for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently.</p> <p>Grit 1000</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.128
    Naniwa Hibiki, grit 1000 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Hibiki, grit 1000

    €55.66
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    <p>Coarse-grained stone for material removal, repairs, removing nicks, changing the bevel angle, removing corrosion. Silicon carbide abrasive.</p> <p>Kunsuto Sharpening Stone Series</p> <p>This stone series was developed in cooperation with a Japanese sharpening stone expert. The aim was to create a Japanese stone series suitable for both high-alloy tool steels and low-alloy carbon steels. The numerous tests were supported by microscopic images of the cutting edges after sharpening. This stone series has a medium-hard bond, which does not wear out quickly even with tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium). However, both steel types allow good material removal with a pleasant ease of use. The microscopic images show a harmonious surface and a precise cutting edge form for both types of steel.</p> <p>Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 220</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 78 x 35 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.115
    Kunsuto Shaping Stone, Grit 220 Kunsuto Sharpening

    Kunsuto Shaping Stone, Grit 220

    €34.34
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    <p>Very fine Japanese natural sharpening stone that is cultivated on the seabed (region Tsushima-Nagasaki). This natural sharpening stone cuts well and produces very little slurry. Also suitable for cleaning the structure of sharpening stones and creating a fine polishing paste. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p>Japanese Natural Stones</p> <p>""A blade and sharpening stone must be as perfect a match as bride and groom"" according to legendary blacksmith, Shigeoshi Iwasaki. Finding the ideal pairing is no easy task in either case. Despite the excellent performance of synthetic stones, many experienced sharpeners still prefer natural stones for sharpening their finest blades. Japanese sharpening stones are particularly renowned for their ability to harmoniously sharpen hand-forged carbon steels. They can bring a blade’s full potential to the fore and allow the sharpening process itself to become a pleasant ritual. The finest stones from the Honyama quarries are becoming increasingly difficult to acquire - we take great pleasure in still being able to offer these rare treasures. Natural Japanese stones may only be used with water and must be kept protected from frost. Please note that the stones may have slight natural imperfections and may vary somewhat in size.</p> <p> </p> <p>Grit 3000-5000</p> <p>Dimensions 180 x 55 x 50 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.112
    Japanese Natural Stone "Tsushima" Tsushima Sharpening

    Japanese Natural Stone "Tsushima"

    €119.59
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    <p>This sharpening stone is thicker than the standard version with a longer service life. Comes with plastic case.</p> <p>Glass Stones by Shapton</p> <p>The premium range from Japanese company Shapton is the ""Glass Stone"" series. The sharpening particles are highly pure and homogeneous. This is noticeable when changing to finer grits: the traces from the previous grit are quickly ground out. A special bond allows quick sharpening on a flat surface. The sharpening stone has a base of tempered glass and is thus 100 % warp-free. Conventional sharpening stones may warp microscopically by absorbing water, but Shapton stones solve this problem with their extremely flat base of tempered glass.</p> <p>Another advantage of the glass base is that the grit rating on the underside is always visible even after much use. Before use, spray the stones with water. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p> </p> <p>Grit 500</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 15 mm</p> <p>Abrasive thickness 10 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.111
    Shapton Glass Stone HR, Thick Version, Hard Bond, Grit 500 Shapton Sharpening

    Shapton Glass Stone HR, Thick Version, Hard Bond, Grit 500

    €69.59
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    <p>Thicker and longer lasting than the cream-coloured stones, but with equally good honing properties.</p> <p>Belgian Coticule Whetstones</p> <p>The quarrying of Belgian whetstones in the Ardennes is first mentioned in a Roman document. But the story of these natural honing stones goes further back than that. The approx. 480 million-year-old grey yellow sedimentary stones, originating from volcanic ash, are composed of very fine garnet crystals. During honing, these are released from the matrix and, in combination with water and abrasion debris, make a honing paste. The garnets only remove fine shavings from the metal and ensure a good polish. Unique combination of quick abrasive action and grain size.</p> <p>Interesting fact: To produce 1 kg of sharpening stones approx. 1500 kg of cliff must be removed. The thin yellow slices are glued to a slate base and cut to size.</p> <p>Qualität von Natursteinen</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 6000-8000</p> <p>Dimensions 250 x 60 x 13 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.099
    Blue Belgian Whetstone, Block 6000/8000 Belgian Stone Sharpening

    Blue Belgian Whetstone, Block 6000/8000

    €63.03
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    <p>Shaping stone with good sharpening qualities. Green silicon carbide abrasive.</p> <p>King/Sun Tiger</p> <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are particularly suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Green silicon carbide abrasive is used for 180 grit. For all other grits aluminium oxideis used.</p> <p>Grit 220</p> <p>Dimensions 185 x 63 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.089
    King Sun Tiger Coarse Shaping Stone, Grit 220, with Base Trade King Mark Sharpening

    King Sun Tiger Coarse Shaping Stone, Grit 220, with Base

    €35.16
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical and Translucent and differ in grit size.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p> </p> <p>Grit 8000-10 000</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 50 x 13 mm</p>
    032.086
    Arkansas Bench Stone, Translucent , 205 x 50 x 13 mm arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Bench Stone, Translucent , 205 x 50 x 13 mm

    €122.87
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    5/ 5
    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical and Translucent and differ in grit size.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p> </p> <p>Grit 6000-8000</p> <p>Dimensions 200 x 48 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.085
    Arkansas Bench Stone, Black Translucent, 200 x 48 x 20 mm arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Bench Stone, Black Translucent, 200 x 48 x 20 mm

    €136.80
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    5/ 5
    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical and Translucent and differ in grit size.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 6000-8000</p> <p>Dimensions 150 x 48 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.084
    Arkansas Bench Stone, Black Translucent, 150 x 48 x 20 mm arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Bench Stone, Black Translucent, 150 x 48 x 20 mm

    €97.46
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    5/ 5
    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical and Translucent and differ in grit size.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 4000-6000</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 50 x 13 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.083
    Arkansas Bench Stone, Surgical Black, 205 x 50 x 13 mm arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Bench Stone, Surgical Black, 205 x 50 x 13 mm

    €77.79

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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical and Translucent and differ in grit size.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 2000-3000</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 50 x 13 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.082
    Arkansas Bench Stone, Hard Black, 205 x 50 x 13 mm arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Bench Stone, Hard Black, 205 x 50 x 13 mm

    €44.18
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    5/ 5
    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical and Translucent and differ in grit size.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p> </p> <p>Grit 800-1000</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 50 x 13 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.081
    Arkansas Bench Stone, Hard, 205 x 50 x 13 mm arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Bench Stone, Hard, 205 x 50 x 13 mm

    €27.79
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    5/ 5
    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical and Translucent and differ in grit size.</p> <p>Arkansas Oilstones</p> <p>Fine grained, extremely wear-resistant honing stones, for use with an oil lubricant. Due to their high degree of hardness, they are ideal for polishing curved cutting edges. The stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA).</p> <p>Quality of Natural Stones</p> <p>For many years, the Belgian coticule and Arkansas stones have been synonymous with high-quality whetstones. But these stones are natural products. Due to limited resources, the quality of these stones may increasingly vary. Japanese waterstones with fine grain structures are recommended as an alternative.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 400-600</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 50 x 13 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.080
    Arkansas Bench Stone, Soft, 205 x 50 x 13 mm arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Bench Stone, Soft, 205 x 50 x 13 mm

    €22.05
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    <p><span lang="en-us" style="font-size:11pt;line-height:107%;font-family:Calibri, 'sans-serif';" xml:lang="en-us">This large flattening (truing) stone is ideal for flattening the surface of sharpening stones that have become dished or have developed grooves. The flattening block comes with removable rubber feet to stop it from sliding around during the flattening process</span></p>
    032.005
    NANIWA Japanese Flattening Stone - 300 mm x 150 mm x 20 mm - Grit 220 Naniwa Sharpening

    NANIWA Japanese Flattening Stone - 300 mm x 150 mm x 20 mm - Grit 220

    €61.39
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    <p>"Abrasive white aluminium oxide.</p> <p>Stones with medium sized grit for sharpening blunt blades. Abrasive: #600 aluminium oxide; #1000 aluminium oxideand white aluminium oxide; #3000 white aluminium oxide.</p> <p>Kunsuto Sharpening Stone Series</p> <p>This stone series was developed in cooperation with a Japanese sharpening stone expert. The aim was to create a Japanese stone series suitable for both high-alloy tool steels and low-alloy carbon steels. The numerous tests were supported by microscopic images of the cutting edges after sharpening. This stone series has a medium-hard bond, which does not wear out quickly even with tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium). However, both steel types allow good material removal with a pleasant ease of use. The microscopic images show a harmonious surface and a precise cutting edge form for both types of steel.</p> <p>Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p></p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 78 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.396
    Kunsuto Sharpening Stone Kunsuto Sharpening

    Kunsuto Sharpening Stone

    €31.89
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    <p>Fine grain water stones for removing the burr, polishing and honing. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Kunsuto Sharpening Stone Series</p> <p>This stone series was developed in cooperation with a Japanese sharpening stone expert. The aim was to create a Japanese stone series suitable for both high-alloy tool steels and low-alloy carbon steels. The numerous tests were supported by microscopic images of the cutting edges after sharpening. This stone series has a medium-hard bond, which does not wear out quickly even with tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium). However, both steel types allow good material removal with a pleasant ease of use. The microscopic images show a harmonious surface and a precise cutting edge form for both types of steel.</p> <p>Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p> </p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 78 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.393
    Kunsuto Honing Stone Kunsuto Sharpening

    Kunsuto Honing Stone

    €54.84
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    5/ 5
    <p>For sharpening and honing.</p> <p>This stone features two different grit sizes. Abrasive: #1000 aluminium oxideand white aluminium oxide, # 3000 and 6000 white aluminium oxide.</p> <p>Kunsuto Sharpening Stone Series</p> <p>This stone series was developed in cooperation with a Japanese sharpening stone expert. The aim was to create a Japanese stone series suitable for both high-alloy tool steels and low-alloy carbon steels. The numerous tests were supported by microscopic images of the cutting edges after sharpening. This stone series has a medium-hard bond, which does not wear out quickly even with tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium). However, both steel types allow good material removal with a pleasant ease of use. The microscopic images show a harmonious surface and a precise cutting edge form for both types of steel.</p> <p>Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 1000/6000</p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 75 x 35 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.390
    Kunsuto Combination Stone Kunsuto Sharpening

    Kunsuto Combination Stone

    €37.62
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    <p>The Debado stone series is considered the premium line of Suehiro. It has been specially adapted to the requirements of professional Japanese cooks, who sharpen their knives daily to ensure maximum precision during cutting.</p> <p>The stones absorb hardly any water and are therefore immediately ready for use</p> <p>Extra large surface for wide bevels (Deba knives) and long blades (Sashimi knives)</p> <p>Suitable for low alloy carbon steels and high alloy tool steels</p> <p></p> <p>The name Debado is composed of the Japanese words ""Deba"" (knife) and ""Do"" (sharpening stone). Due to their hard bond, the stones stay flat for a long time. Supplied with base for stability and easy storage. The supplied Nagura stone is used for cleaning and unclogging the surface of the sharpening stones and for creating a fine polishing paste. White aluminium oxideabrasive. </p> <p>Dimensions 206 x 73 x 23 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.384
    Suehiro Debado S Sharpening Stone Suehiro Sharpening

    Suehiro Debado S Sharpening Stone

    €56.48
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    <p>White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Thanks to its concave and convex form, this stone is ideal for sharpening and honing garden shears.</p> <p>Goken Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone has a relatively hard bond. It is particularly suitable for high-alloy steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stones should be soaked in water for at least 10 minutes before use, but must not be stored in water permanently.</p> <p>Dimensions 133 x 28 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.376
    Naniwa Sharpening Stone for Garden Shears Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Sharpening Stone for Garden Shears

    €15.49
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    <p>Fine-grit waterstones for removing burr, polishing and honing. Comes with Nagura stone.</p> <p>Cerax by Suehiro</p> <p>Cerax is the best-known brand of the Suehiro company. The stones sold under this name have a medium-hard bond and are particularly suitable for high-alloy tool steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stone with the base has extra stability and is easy to store. A Nagura stone is used for cleaning and unclogging the surface of the stone and for creating a fine polishing paste. Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes, but do not store them in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Dimensions 206 x 73 x 23 mm</p> <p>Base with base</p> <p></p>
    032.368
    Cerax Honing Stone, with Base, 8000 Grit Cerax Sharpening

    Cerax Honing Stone, with Base, 8000 Grit

    €49.10
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    5/ 5
    <p>Fine-grit waterstones for removing burr, polishing and honing. Comes with Nagura stone.</p> <p>Cerax by Suehiro</p> <p>Cerax is the best-known brand of the Suehiro company. The stones sold under this name have a medium-hard bond and are particularly suitable for high-alloy tool steels but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The coarse-grained alloy constituents (e.g. chromium and vanadium) in tool steels require a stone that wears slowly. The stone with the base has extra stability and is easy to store. A Nagura stone is used for cleaning and unclogging the surface of the stone and for creating a fine polishing paste. Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 10 minutes, but do not store them in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Dimensions 206 x 73 x 23 mm</p> <p>Base without base</p> <p></p>
    032.367
    Cerax Honing Stone, without Base Cerax Sharpening

    Cerax Honing Stone, without Base

    €45.00
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    <p>Medium-coarse grit lime sandstone, very open texture, with good honing properties. From the Amakusa region.</p> <p>Japanese Natural Stones</p> <p>""A blade and sharpening stone must be as perfect a match as bride and groom"" according to legendary blacksmith, Shigeoshi Iwasaki. Finding the ideal pairing is no easy task in either case. Despite the excellent performance of synthetic stones, many experienced sharpeners still prefer natural stones for sharpening their finest blades. Japanese sharpening stones are particularly renowned for their effect to harmoniously sharpen hand-forged carbon steels. They can bring a blade’s full potential to the fore and allow the sharpening process itself to become a pleasant ritual. The finest stones from the Honyama quarries are becoming increasingly difficult to acquire - we take great pleasure in still being able to offer these rare treasures. Natural Japanese stones may only be used with water and must be kept protected from frost. Please note that the stones may have slight natural imperfections and may vary somewhat in size.</p> <p></p> <p>Grit 400-800</p> <p>Dimensions: 150 x 45 x 30 mm medium</p> <p>                   220 x 60 x 70 mm large</p>
    032.199
    Japanese Natural Stone "Aka" Aka Sharpening

    Japanese Natural Stone "Aka"

    €13.03
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    <p>White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Traditional Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This stone series is suitable for sharpening blunt knives and tool blades. The stone has a relatively hard bond, it therefore stays flat for a longer time. It is ideal for high-alloy tool steels, but also for low-alloy carbon steels. The tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium) require a stone that does not wear quickly. Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently.</p> <p>Naniwa has changed the name and the packaging of this sharpening stone series (formerly known as DX Stone). The sharpening stone itself has not been changed.</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm"</p>
    032.182
    Naniwa Traditional Stone, Grit 1000 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Traditional Stone, Grit 1000

    €29.43
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    <p>Compact stone for sharpening and finishing. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Suehiro Standard Series</p> <p>The stones from the original Suehiro series have a relatively soft bond and are thus designed for low-alloy carbon steels (Blue and White Paper Steel). The stones should be sprayed with water before use. It is not recommended to keep them in water permanently.</p> <p>Dimensions 130 x 40 x 26 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.190
    Suehiro Combination Stone Suehiro Sharpening

    Suehiro Combination Stone

    €17.95
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    5/ 5
    <p>The Super Stone S1 is equivalent to the Super Stone S2. The different name is merely due to the smaller abrasive thickness of 10 mm. This stone series therefore is a reasonably-priced alternative for sharpening jobs where only small material removal is needed, e.g. the sharpening of razors.</p> <p>Super Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This sharpening stone series is particularly suitable for the final polishing of knife blades. The stones provide a high polishing effect and stay flat for a long time, even though it feels as comfortable as working on soft natural stones. Those series are ideal for sharpening extremely hard low-alloy carbon steels(White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 10 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.174
    Naniwa Super Stone S1 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Super Stone S1

    €33.52
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    <p>Queste serie di pietre è particolarmente adatta per la lucidatura finale delle lame dei coltelli. Le pietre offrono un'elevata lucidatura e rimangono a lungo in piano. In fase di affilatura danno una piacevole impressione come se si lavorasse su una pietra naturale morbida.</p> <p>E' perfettamente adatta per acciai al carbonio di bassa lega con elevata durezza (Acciaio Carta Bianco e Blu). Le pietre dovrebbero essere messe in acqua prima dell'uso per almeno 10 minuti, tuttavia non andrebbero custodite di continuo nel bagno d'acqua. Abrasivo, corindone bianco.</p> <p>Dimensioni 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.164
    Naniwa Super Stone S2 Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Super Stone S2

    €45.00
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    <p>The aim in developing the ""Hyper"" sharpening stone series was to improve the sharpening feel compared to the standard series and increase the material removal on the tool. The result is a stone with excellent scouring properties which delivers perfect sharpening results in a very short time, and which can be combined with any number of other sharpening stones with higher grits from the King series.</p> <p>King/Sun Tiger</p> <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are particularly suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Green silicon carbide abrasive is used for 180 grit. For all other grits aluminium oxideis used.</p> <p> </p> <p>Dimensions 205 x 70 x 34 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.158
    King Sharpening Stone "Hyper" Trade King Mark Sharpening

    King Sharpening Stone "Hyper"

    €58.11
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    <p>This strop block is ideal for polishing (stropping) cutting edges of knives and razors, as well as chisels or plane blades. The synthetically produced surface has no wave, and so the tools can be honed in all directions. Thanks to the different colour coding and grit specifications that are laser etched on the underside of the acrylic strop block, the polishing emulsion that is to be used on the surface can be immediately identified. The colour of the label on the bottle of the different polishing emulsions corresponds with the colour of the related strop block. Comes without poly emulsion.</p> <p></p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p> <p></p>
    032.148
    Jende Nanocloth Acrylic Strop Block Jende Sharpening

    Jende Nanocloth Acrylic Strop Block

    €36.80
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    5/ 5
    <p>Developed primarily for modern tool steels with high carbon content (e.g. O1) and exotic steel alloys used by premium tool manufacturers. In our tests, the stone series achieved unrivalled results especially with HSS. The stones consist mainly of extremely abrasion-resistant aluminium oxides of German production. The stone provides very fast material removal and has a hard bond; it therefore stays flat for a long time. The stones should be soaked in water for at least 15 minutes before use and can be stored in water permanently. Made in the USA.</p> <p>Dimensions 203 x 76 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.140
    Pride Abrasive Combination Stone for HSS Pride Abrasive Sharpening

    Pride Abrasive Combination Stone for HSS

    €62.21
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    5/ 5
    <p>Per affilare coltelli e utensili. Fornito in scatola di legno.</p> <p>Pietre diamantate DMT</p> <p>Il produttore americano Diamond Machining Technology (DMT) è inventore della superficie interrotta di affilatura diamantata e leader da anni sul mercato di mezzi di affilatura tempestati di diamanti. I mezzi di affilatura di alta qualità vengono realizzati nella sede del Massachusetts (USA).</p> <p>Le particelle di diamante monocristalline garantiscono lunga durata e una buona asportazione di materiale</p> <p>Granulometria uniforme ed una distribuzione di diamanti densa per micrografie uniformi</p> <p>Le rientranze rotonde evitano intasamenti con rimozione del materiale abrasivo</p> <p>Piastre portanti in acciaio con matrice di acciaio inox lappate nello specifico in modo permanente in piano e senza deformazioni</p> <p>Codifica del colore per le diverse granulometrie</p> <p>Realizzato al 100 % negli Stati Uniti</p> <p>Abrasivi diamantati monocristallini*:</p> <p>Poiché i mezzi di affilatura con rivestimento diamantato rimangono permanentemente in piano, sono particolarmente adatti per gli utensili con taglienti dritti, nonché per la produzione di superfici piane (per es. lati speculari di ferri per pialle e scalpelli, suole di pialle, rasiere). Adatto anche per frese rivestite in carburo, acciai per utensili, HSS e materiali non metallurgici (vetro, ceramica, ecc.). Si consiglia di umettare i mezzi di affilatura diamantati con acqua e levigare con poca pressione.</p> <p>* I diamanti monocristallini sono molto più stabili dei policristallini, che vengono utilizzati su utensili di taglio di qualità inferiore.</p> <p> </p> <p>Dimensioni 152 x 50 x 19 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.130
    DMT Whetstone Bench Stone in Practical Wooden Box, Width 50 mm DMT Sharpening

    DMT Whetstone Bench Stone in Practical Wooden Box, Width 50 mm

    €63.03
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    <p>Specially designed for modern tool steels with a high carbon content (e.g. O1) and exotic steel alloys produced by premium tool makers. The tests that we performed on this stone series show unbeatable results, especially with HSS. The stone contains mainly extremely abrasion-resistant aluminum oxides made in Germany. It removes material quickly and has a hard bond, so it stays flat for a long time. Before use, soak the stone for at least 15 minutes. Can be permanently stored in water. Made in USA.</p> <p>Dimensions 203 x 76 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.120
    Pride Abrasive Sharpening Stone for HSS Pride Abrasive Sharpening

    Pride Abrasive Sharpening Stone for HSS

    €40.08
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    <p>Combination stone from economy-priced sharpening stone series Naniwa Economical Stone.</p> <p>Naniwa</p> <p>The original Naniwa stones have a relatively hard bond. The stones stay flat but offer little abrasion. Before use, soak them in water for approx. 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Grit 1000/3000</p> <p>Dimensions 185 x 65 x 30 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.118
    Naniwa Combination Stone, Economical Stone Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Combination Stone, Economical Stone

    €22.87
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    <p>With two different grits. For sharpening and finishing.</p> <p>Sharpening Stone/Specialty Stone by Naniwa</p> <p>This sharpening stone series is particularly suitable for the final polishing of knife blades. The stones provide a high polishing effect and stay flat for a long time, even though it feels as comfortable as working on soft natural stones. Those series are ideal for sharpening extremely hard low-alloy carbon steels(White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stone for at least 10 minutes. Do not keep it in water permanently. White aluminium oxideabrasive.</p> <p>Naniwa has changed the name and the packaging of this sharpening stone series (formerly Super Stone Series). The sharpening stone itself has not been changed.</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.117
    Naniwa Combination Stone, Specialty Stone Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Combination Stone, Specialty Stone

    €88.44

    With two different grits. For sharpening and finishing.

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    <p>Combination sharpening stone with two different grits.</p> <p>Missarka Sharpening Stones</p> <p>The Missarka sharpening stone is made of white aluminium oxide* in a vitrified bond created by a sintering process. Thanks to its hard bond, the stone stays flat for longer time. It is ideal for high-alloy tool steels. The tool steels made of alloy components with a coarse grain structure (e.g. chromium and vanadium) require a stone that does not wear quickly. It is possible to hone with both water and oil (but after use with oil you can no longer use it with water). The stone can be permanently kept in water.</p> <p>* Abrasive used for 150 grit = green silicon carbide</p> <p>Dimensions 200 x 60 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.114
    Missarka Combination Stone Missarka Sharpening

    Missarka Combination Stone

    €45.82
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    <p>The gentle, highly pure aluminium oxideused for manufacturing this stone is much finer than the abrasives of other synthetic oilstones. Additionally, the stone is highly effective and does not clog too quickly. Pre-soaked with oil in the factory, it comes ready for use.</p> <p>Dimensions 203 x 51 x 25 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.110
    Norton India Oilstone, Bench Stone Norton Sharpening

    Norton India Oilstone, Bench Stone

    €19.59
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    5/ 5
    <p>The extremely high density of abrasive grains in this stone series enables rapid material removal. The hard magnesium bond also keeps the stone flat for a very long time - making it ideal for kitchen knives, razors and all low-alloy carbon steels with high hardness (White and Blue Paper Steel).</p> <p>Thanks to this bond, the stone reacts more sensitively to prolonged exposure to water - therefore only soak for max. 5 minutes before use!</p> <p>Dimensions 210 x 70 x 20 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.090
    Naniwa Professional Stone Naniwa Sharpening

    Naniwa Professional Stone

    €54.18
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    <p>For sculpting tools and turning tools. Aluminium oxide abrasive.</p> <p>King/Sun Tiger</p> <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are particularly suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Green silicon carbide abrasive is used for 180 grit. For all other grits aluminium oxideis used.</p> <p>Small stone size: 61 x 22 x 5 mm </p> <p>Large stone size: 100 x 50 x 10 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.050
    KING Japanese Multiform Stone for Gouges Trade King Mark Sharpening

    KING Japanese Multiform Stone for Gouges

    €40.90
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    <p>Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. In the West, these stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be continually exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are ideal for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently. Green silicon carbide abrasive is used for 180 grit. For all other grits aluminium oxideis used.</p> <p>Grit 1000/6000</p> <p></p> <p>Small stone size : 150 x 50 x 25 mm</p> <p>Medium stone size : 205 x 50 x 25 mm</p> <p>Large stone size : 207 x 66 x 36 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.043
    King Sun Tiger Combination Stone, Grit 1000/6000 Trade King Mark Sharpening

    King Sun Tiger Combination Stone, Grit 1000/6000

    €26.15
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    <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="en-us" xml:lang="en-us">Aluminium oxide abrasive.</span></p> <p></p> <p><span lang="en-us" style="font-size:11pt;line-height:107%;font-family:Calibri, 'sans-serif';" xml:lang="en-us">Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. These stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be constantly exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are especially suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently.</span></p>
    032.002
    KING Japanese Honing Stone Trade King Mark Tools for Musical Instruments

    KING Japanese Honing Stone

    €28.61
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    <p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="en-us" xml:lang="en-us">Aluminium oxide abrasive.</span></p> <p></p> <p><span lang="en-us" style="font-size:11pt;line-height:107%;font-family:Calibri, 'sans-serif';" xml:lang="en-us">Matsunaga is one of the largest manufacturers of sharpening stones in Japan. These stones are usually known as King stones or Sun Tiger stones. The stones of the King or Sun Tiger series have a relatively soft bond, which allows the abrasives to be constantly exposed during use, making the stone highly effective. These stones are especially suitable for extremely hard, low-alloy carbon steels (White and Blue Paper Steel). Before use, soak the stones in water for at least 15 minutes. They can also be stored in water permanently</span></p>
    032.001
    KING Japanese Sharpening Stone Trade King Mark Sharpening

    KING Japanese Sharpening Stone

    €27.79