GATCO Soft Arkansas Pocket Sharpening Stone with leather pouch

GATCO Arkansas stone -perfect for sharpening your knives !

100% natural sharpening stone made of novaculite 

It comes with a carrying pouch made of leather

Dimensions : 76 x 25 x 7 mm

Made in the United States of America

£9.90

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Data sheet

  • Material : Novaculite
  • Made in : United States of America
  • Sharpener : Whetstone

More info

The Arkansas stone is the most used sharpening stone in the cutlery world! Originally, it was used by the Amerindians (indigenous people), and today, it continues to be largely used by due to its impressive effectiveness.

It is extracted from the geological formations of novaculite (microcrystalline quartz), which is a material that can be found only in the USA. This material ensures increased strength and robustness.

Furthermore, the material of this stone attains a score of 6.5 on the Mohs scale( this is an instrument that measures the hardness of minerals ranging from a scale of 1 to 10). This is a good reason why novaculite comes from the Latin term “razor.”

As such, this GATCO natural stone enables you to sharpen your knives and also removes defects as well as micro-wastes which have accumulated as a result of continuous usage. It is a very useful accessory for both professional and home cooks.

Additionally, the leather pouch enables you to easily carry this stone wherever you wish! This means that no matter where you are, you’ll be always ready to sharpen your knives.

Discover the large collection of Arkansas stones available on our website and equip yourself with top-quality accessories for sharpening all your kitchen knives!