1'' Carbide Hand Chisel


1'' Carbide Hand Chisel by Trow and Holden at Reclaimed Wood Blog. MPN: CHP1. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The traditional styling of this chisel makes it perfect for removing material, shaping and lettering by hand in granite or other hard stone. The superior carbide tip means this chisel will maintain its shape for much longer, which saves you time and money. Made in the USA from USA made materials.Traditional carbide hand chisel for use on granite and softer stone. Highest quality carbide blade lasts and lasts. Use for roughing out, shaping and lettering in stone. Maintains its shape to save you t


1'' Carbide Hand Chisel by Trow and Holden
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The traditional styling of this chisel makes it perfect for removing material, shaping and lettering by hand in granite or other hard stone. The superior carbide tip means this chisel will maintain its shape for much longer, which saves you time and money. Made in the USA from USA made materials.

Features & Highlights

  • Traditional carbide hand chisel for use on granite and softer stone
  • Highest quality carbide blade lasts and lasts
  • Use for roughing out, shaping and lettering in stone
  • Maintains its shape to save you time and money
  • Use with Trow & Holden Hand Hammer or Round Hammer.

Additional Information

Brand:
Trow and Holden
Manufacturer:
Trow and Holden Company
Category:
Masonry Chisels
MPN:
CHP1
Part Number:
CHP1
Publisher:
Trow and Holden Company
Binding:
Misc.

 


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