12-29-2018, 10:49 AM
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Listed below are a few stones in fine condition & up for grabs.
I'm not a stone expert, but I did have good luck with all of these at one point with many different straights and know there are many great edges left in each.

Will field questions as best I can.

Oozuku Iromono - Fun stone in the not too hard, not too soft category. Easy to raise the red/amber slurry and no issues with water only laps. Not perfectly rectangular, but close enough for easy razor work. The sides and bottom are sealed, the edges are chamfered and the top is lapped. The divot on one edge can be relieved by lapping the top down, or bringing the chamfer in a bit. I used this mainly as a mid-range stone, but have had good results with water only finishing laps as well. Purchased from TomoNagura via Etsy – Never had any issues with Keith’s stones and still have a few in service. Approximate dimensions are 5.91x2.1x.93 inches.
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$165 shipped & insured - My cost was $165 shipped & insured

Ardennes Coticule - (TRADED) Medium-fast, nicely cut coticule hone. Great single stone solution that can work a blade from bevel set to final edge… Light slurry with 1-2 dilutions also works quickly to touch up edges when needed. Box & slurry stone included. Approximate dimensions 6.9x1.5x.76 inches. (TRADED)

Nakayama JNAT - (TRADED) Hard stone that has worked well on all of my razors. I’ve used this both as a final finisher and mid-level stone depending on what else I had out on the bench. Stone releases slurry with a little coaxing, works fine with softer nagura, & provides good feedback with water only. I’ve had 3 Nakiyama stones and all have been top-tier. This was originally purchased from AFrames Tokyo, and I’m sure still weighs very close to the 1.5lbs (692g) – Approximate dimensions 7.3x2.7x.95 inches. (TRADED)

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 12-29-2018, 12:17 PM
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Very,very sweet.

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 12-30-2018, 05:47 PM
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This is nit-picky, but the JNat is a NakAyama, not a NakIyama.  

Good luck with the sale.

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 12-31-2018, 04:06 PM
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(12-30-2018, 05:47 PM)kingfisher Wrote: This is nit-picky, but the JNat is a NakAyama, not a NakIyama.  

Good luck with the sale.

Yep, my spelling was incorrect - thank you.
Note - should not affect stone's ability to get a nice edge Smile

Happy New Year!

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 01-11-2019, 04:26 PM
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Weekend bump -
If you see one you like drop me a line. Large brushes (>=30mm) or 7/8 | 8/8 straights possible trades.

Thank you!

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