Niwaki sharpening stone for secateurs, shears, clippers and more. Made in Japan.

Sharpening stone

Regular price £19.00 Save £-19.00
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Specially designed sharpening stone from Japanese brand Niwaki, with a curved edge to perfectly fit secateurs. This stone can also be used effectively on other sharp tools such as shears, scissors, and topiary clippers. For best results, soak thoroughly before use. 

This shapening stone makes a perfect add on gift for our other Niwaki tools. 

Product details:

  • #1000 grit
  • Fine, for regular sharpening
  • Made in Japan

We aim to prepare and dispatch all orders within two working days.

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Print on Demand

Our prints are produced to demand and are shipped separately by our printing partner. They are currently only available within the UK.

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