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Kirschen 1305012 Kirschen Heavy Duty Mortise Chisel -12mm

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Kirschen 1305012 Kirschen Heavy Duty Mortise Chisel -12mm

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Product Description

Mortise chisel heavy, strong pattern, with heavy round hornbeam handle and leather disc. Since 1858 - over 155 years family owned - the company Wilh. Schmitt amp; Comp. GmbH amp; Co. KG in Remscheid produces high quality woodworking tools with factory brand ››TWO CHERRIES‹‹, the symbol for the full maturity of the products.

From the Manufacturer

An impressively solid mortise chisel from Two Cherries, Germany. With a heavy, round wooden handle and leather disc shock absorber. Overall length is approximately 13”. This is the perfect tool for cutting deep and straight mortises in all types of wood. Manufactured in Germany since 1858, Two Cherries are known around the world for exceptional quality and edge retention. Solid forged of the highest quality carbon steel, each chisel is hardened to 61° Rockwell, producing a strong chisel that will stay sharp longer than most other chisels. Each tool is then fitted with a hornbeam handle appropriate for the size of the blade

Kirschen 1305012 Kirschen Heavy Duty Mortise Chisel -12mm

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