Carving Tools

Carving Tools

Stubai Carving Tools Part 1
Stubai Carving Tools Part 1

Stubai Carving Tools Part 2
Stubai Carving Tools Part 2

Two Cherries Carving Tools Part 1
Two Cherries Carving Tools Part 1

Two Cherries Carving Tools Part 2
Two Cherries Carving Tools Part 2

Japanese Woodcarving Tools
Japanese Woodcarving Tools

Finest TAKAHANE Woodcarving Tools without handle
Finest TAKAHANE Woodcarving Tools without handle

Japanese Woodcarving Knives
Japanese Woodcarving Knives

KUNIKEI Kiridashi Kogatana
KUNIKEI Kiridashi Kogatana

TASAI Kiridashi Kogatana
TASAI Kiridashi Kogatana

Japanese Woodcarving Sets
Japanese Woodcarving Sets

Woodcarving Sets by Stubai and Two Cherries
Woodcarving Sets by Stubai and Two Cherries

String Inlay Tools
VERITAS String Inlay Tools

Flexcut Carving Knives
FLEXCUT Carving Knives

Flexcut Detail Jack, Tri-Jack Pro, Pocket Jack, Carving Jack
FLEXCUT Detail Jack, Tri-Jack Pro, Pocket Jack, Carving Jack, Whittling Jack

Flexcut Interchangeable Palm Tools Individual
FLEXCUT Interchangeable Palm Tools Individual

Flexcut Scorps
FLEXCUT Scorps

Flexcut Interchangeable Tool Sets
FLEXCUT Interchangeable Tool Sets

Flexcut Accessories
FLEXCUT Accessories

Extra heavy Gouges for large Projects
Extra heavy Gouges for large Projects

Chip Carving Knifes, Violin Knives and Scalpels
Chip Carving Knifes, Violin Knives and Scalpels

FROST Swedish Carving Knives
FROST Swedish Carving Knives

Carver’s Vise, Carver’s Screw
Carver’s Vise, Carver’s Screw

Tool Rolls for Carving Tools
Tool Rolls for Carving Tools

Mallets for Sculptors
Mallets for Sculptors

Woodcarving tools In our store we sell only the finest quality carving tools from well-known and long-established companies. Used properly, these tools will stay sharp for a relatively long time, permitting more productive work in between sharpening sessions. But we highly recommend that the tools be kept as sharp as possible.

Important: Don’t forget the sharpening stones! Dull irons make for sloppy and more importantly, dangerous work. This is because as the edge becomes blunt, the natural impulse is to use more pressure, which can damage the work, and injure you or others nearby, if the iron slips. As supplied, our blades were sharpened by machine at the manufacturer. But each company has a different conception of what is meant by the word sharp. In any case we recommend, at the minimum, that new blades be honed on a fine stone before using them, and that like all cutting tools, they should be kept as sharp as possible through regular sharpening.

Japanese Sharpening Stones for Carving Tools
Japanese Sharpening Stones for Carving Tools

Missarka Sharpening and Honing Stones for Carving Tools
Missarka Sharpening and Honing Stones for Carving Tools

 
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