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Belgian Coticule Whetstones

Belgian Coticule Whetstones

Natural Belgian coticule (Vielsalm coticule) stones are cherished for their ability to create a high polish and a silky smooth edge on steel.

The handmade irregular coticule bench stones and slipstones featured here are all individually photographed and priced, so the sharpening stone you see is the exact one that you are buying. The sharpening stones have all been paired with a rubbing stone to raise a creamy paste on the surface.

Coticule whetstones, Pierre des Pyrénées and Belgian blues are all lubricated with plain water, no soaking necessary, just splash and go.

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  1. Natural Belgian Coticule Honing Stone 308002 (selected) 58-70cm²

    £73.20

    This is a selected coticule, cut from clear creamy coloured veins that have minimal cosmetic inclusions bonded to a non-sharpening supporting layer of shale.

    The stones follow the natural shapes available in the rock so each one is absolutely unique, making boxes to fit them can be a fun project.

    We supply each coticule with its own natural slurry stone, this works like a nagura to open the surface and raise a creamy slurr...

  2. Natural Belgian Coticule Honing Stone 309002 (selected) 70-84cm²

    £103.80

    This is a selected coticule, cut from clear creamy coloured veins that have minimal cosmetic inclusions bonded to a non-sharpening supporting layer of shale.

    The stones follow the natural shapes available in the rock so each one is absolutely unique, making boxes to fit them can be a fun project.

    We supply each coticule with its own natural slurry stone, this works like a nagura to open the surface and raise a creamy slurr...

  3. Shinwa Pocket Microscope 60x-100x with LED Light

    £19.90

    Sometimes it's really useful to get a really close look at a surface; comparing the scratch patterns left by different sharpening stones, or perhaps encouraging youngsters to explore a fascination with nature?

    This simple but effective pocket sized microscope from Japanese metrology specialists Shinwa (the people who make those really nice squares and rules) is adjustable to give 60x to 100x magnification, as handy as a Jewellers lo...

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