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.
Japanese Natural Stones
»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.
- Grit 3000-5000
- Dimensions 180 x 55 x 50 mm
Ready to ship today, delivery time 2-3 workdays within Germany
€129.00 per piece(s)
Prices incl. VAT
This lapping plate, with its star and hexagon pattern, maximizes the number of edge-material contact points. Recommended for sharpening stones from 1000 grit to 30 000 grit. Flatness tolerance < 0.05 mm (after diamond coating). Approx....
With this high-quality sharpening stone holder with non-slip rubber feet, you always have a clean and stable workstation - in the sink or on the work table. The stainless steel sharpening stone holder fits a sink width of 330 - 580 mm....
Indispensible aid when sharpening with waterstones. The fully adjustable nozzle on the spray head allows selective spraying, from a fine mist for moistening the stones through to a strong jet for washing off the abrasion debris.