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Nishiki Kinari- Extra Thin Paring Chisels

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  Japanese Chisels
  Paring Chisels
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 9mm ($129.95) In Stock
 12mm ($129.95) Sold Out
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 15mm ($129.95) Sold Out
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 18mm ($135.95) In Stock
 24mm ($135.95) In Stock
 30mm ($149.95) In Stock
 36mm ($179.95) In Stock
 42mm ($189.95) In Stock
 Set of 6 - 12mm , 15mm, 18mm, 24mm, 30mm, 36mm ($792.76) Sold Out
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The long handle and the extra-thin blade of these extra-thin paring chisels allow you to get into the narrowest of spaces, and give you amazing control over your work. The blades are all white steel, hand- forged over charcoal for the wonderfully sweet edge that is Nishiki’s trademark. These chisels have a very nice, subtle elegance. The hollow in the back that is traditional in all Japanese chisels has a striated finish - a Nishiki signature - and the flat top of the paring chisel’s blade is dished ever so slightly, so it guides your fingers to hold the chisel exactly right. With Red Oak handles. Overall length approximately 14 1/4". Made in Japan.
Customer Reviews:
Rare quality...
By: M.Zondory (Nov, 2017)
I ordered two of these chisels (24mm & 36mm) and I am very impressed with the heft of the blades and the keen edge. I have large hands and appreciate the beefy handles that also sport an elegant finish. The quality is overt and the craftsmanship is obvious in these tools. I thought they were a bit overpriced, but now that I have them and have used them a bit, I am ordering two more... Great price for these works of art. Absolutely ZERO buyer's remorse!
I own this product.
Incom-pare-able (Sorry)
By: Charlie Pitts (Jul, 2015)
I bought the 18mm on a lark after becoming frustrated with using my bench chisels to pare. The increased control and accuracy were hard to believe - at first. Now it resides close to my bench and will be joined by its 9mm sibling.
I own this product.

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