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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 250 x 60 x 18 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.406
    Belgian Whetstone, Block, 250 x 60 x 18 mm Belgian Stone Home

    Belgian Whetstone, Block, 250 x 60 x 18 mm

    €285.98
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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>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>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 100 x 40 x 6 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.217
    Blue Belgian Whetstone, Multiform Stone Belgian Stone Sharpening

    Blue Belgian Whetstone, Multiform Stone

    €16.31
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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