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    <p>Light mineral oil for Arkansas and other oil stones. Also suitable for lubrication purposes.</p> <p></p>
    032.230
    Honing Oil Arkansas 125ml arkansas Sharpening

    Honing Oil Arkansas 125ml

    €4.02
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    <p>Best quality stones with a high degree of hardness and thus excellent service life.</p> <p>In a wooden case. Flat-pointed straight back, flat-pointed round back, knife-shaped, flat-skewed rounded back. Translucent Arkansas (extra fine).</p> <p>58 x 23 x 6 mm.</p> <p>Arkansas Oil Stones</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 sharpening stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. The black stones are slightly harder than the white stones. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA), that are almost depleted.</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>Colour black</p> <p></p>
    032.214
    Arkansas Multiform Slipstones, 4-Piece Set, Black arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Multiform Slipstones, 4-Piece Set, Black

    €45.00
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    <p>The white Arkansas stones have a slightly lower density than the black ones.</p> <p>In a wooden case. Flat-pointed straight back, flat-pointed round back, knife-shaped, flat-skewed rounded back. Translucent Arkansas (extra fine).</p> <p>58 x 23 x 6 mm.</p> <p>Arkansas Oil Stones</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 sharpening stones we offer have a uniform structure and are crack-free. The black stones are slightly harder than the white stones. They originate from quarries in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas (USA), that are almost depleted.</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>Colour white</p> <p></p>
    032.213
    Arkansas Multiform Slipstones, 4-Piece Set, White arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Multiform Slipstones, 4-Piece Set, White

    €38.44
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical, Translucent and differ in grit size. Supplied in a protective cover.</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>Form knife-shaped</p> <p>Grit 8000-10 000</p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 50 x 9.5 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.206
    Arkansas Slipstone, Translucent 8000/10000 arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Slipstone, Translucent 8000/10000

    €72.05
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical, Translucent and differ in grit size. Supplied in a protective cover.</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>Form knife-shaped</p> <p>Grit 4000-6000</p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 50 x 9.5 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.205
    Arkansas Slipstone, Surgical Black 4000/6000 arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Slipstone, Surgical Black 4000/6000

    €30.25
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical, Translucent and differ in grit size. Supplied in a protective cover.</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>Form knife-shaped</p> <p>Grit 800-1000</p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 50 x 9.5 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.204
    Arkansas Slipstone, Hard 800/1000 arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Slipstone, Hard 800/1000

    €24.51
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    <p>Arkansas stones are available in different hardnesses on the market. They are called Soft, Hard, Hard Black, Surgical, Translucent and differ in grit size. Supplied in a protective cover.</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>Form knife-shaped</p> <p>Grit 400-600</p> <p>Dimensions 100 x 50 x 9.5 mm</p> <p></p>
    032.203
    Arkansas Slipstone, Soft 400/600 arkansas Sharpening

    Arkansas Slipstone, Soft 400/600

    €22.87
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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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    <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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    <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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    <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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    <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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    <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