Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168
Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168

Vintage GENUINE HARD TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS Natural Sharpening Stone A168

Vendor
Arkansas Sharpening Stone
Regular price
$170.00
Sale price
$170.00
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ITEM DESCRIPTION

Vintage tools -  sharpening stone A168

Up for sale is an antique natural sharpening stone a GENUINE HARD /  TRANSLUCENT ARKANSAS, a very old stone with the desirable honey / bone hue to the stone, possibly an ex jewellers stone due to a layer of what looks like gold rubbed across the surface of the stone.

These are a super hard & dense fine cutting stone, perfect for putting a scary sharp edge on your tools or knives & razors.

Size: 120mm x 48mm x 24mm thick.

Weight -  380gm

CONDITION

This stone is in authentic vintage condition, wear & tear consistent with age & use, some flea bites out of one edge & a chip off one corner, essential for keeping a superlative edge on your tools & knives in your workshop. Some conchoidal flaking to the bottom of the stone, this would have been glued into a wooden box earlier in its life.

Please check the photos as they are part of the description.