Robert Sorby Paring Chisels (241)
Traditionally used by cabinet- and pattern-makers for shaving thin slivers of wood. These paring chisels feature long, flat, thin blades that taper towards the cutting edge to give the finest of cuts when cleaning out grooves. Normally used for hand paring with one hand on the handle and the other controlling blade. Bevels on the top face enable access to the more difficult corners. In skilled hands a paring chisel causes wood to be removed effortlessly. Comes fitted with a hard Boxwood handle, traditional bolster, solid brass ferrule and leather shock washer. Forged from special Sheffield steel to ensure a perfect balance of toughness, edge retention and sharpness. Each chisel is diamond hardness tested before leaving the factory.
Blade Length: 9" to 9-1/2" (229 to 241mm)
Total Length: 15" to 16" (381 to 406mm)
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