Morihei Japanese Whetstone | Akimitsu Jizuya Hazuya Natural Finger Stone (02-3/ Washi)
This very rare set of natural finger stones are 02-3/ Washi and supplied in a kiri box. Finger stones are thin natural whetstones used for polishing. There is only 1 available, they are extremely hard to source, especially at this quality.
- Morihei Natural Finger Stone
- Akimitsu Jizuya Hazuya
- 02-3/ Washi
- Natural Sharpening Stone / Whetstone
- Mined in Japan
Japanese Sharpening Stones (Whetstones)
* The stone for sale here is pictured above, this is the actual item, there is only 1 available.
** These stones are natural products mined from the earth. Stones may have varying chips, cracks or marks, this is normal for natural sharpening stones and does not affect performance.
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