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Shapton Pro Ceramic Japanese Sharpening Stone - 2000 Medium - The Sharp Chef - The Best Authentic Japanese Chefs Knives in the UK from Iseya, Shigekis Tanaka and Sakai Takayuki, sharpening rods, whetstones, stones, saya sheath, handmade traditional blacksmith bladesmith steel damascus vg10 quality sharp chef knife kitchen layer hammered mirrored western handle aus-10 molybdenum
Shapton Pro Ceramic Japanese Sharpening Stone - 2000 Medium - The Sharp Chef - The Best Authentic Japanese Chefs Knives in the UK from Iseya, Shigekis Tanaka and Sakai Takayuki, sharpening rods, whetstones, stones, saya sheath, handmade traditional blacksmith bladesmith steel damascus vg10 quality sharp chef knife kitchen layer hammered mirrored western handle aus-10 molybdenum
Shapton Pro Ceramic Japanese Sharpening Stone - 2000 Medium - The Sharp Chef - The Best Authentic Japanese Chefs Knives in the UK from Iseya, Shigekis Tanaka and Sakai Takayuki, sharpening rods, whetstones, stones, saya sheath, handmade traditional blacksmith bladesmith steel damascus vg10 quality sharp chef knife kitchen layer hammered mirrored western handle aus-10 molybdenum

Shapton Pro Ceramic Japanese Sharpening Stone - 2000 Medium

Regular price £75.00 Sale

Shapton Pro stones are authentic Japanese ceramic whetstones of a very high standard. The material used in these stones and the construction process produces an evenly balanced stone with a uniform structure throughout, meaning an even surface for a accurate sharpening performance on any part of the stone. 

The plastic case is also a non-slip sharpening stand. Shapton Pro is also known as Shapton Ha-No-Kuromaku. All these stones are 210mm x 70mm x 15mm. 

The range of Shapton Pro stones covers:

Course: 120, 220, 320, Medium: 1000, 1500, 2000, Fine: 5000, 8000, Super Fine: 12000

Use & Precaution 

This stone does not require soaking. Sprinkle a little water only when sharpening. As a general rule, never soak stones with #3000 grits and higher in the water. After use, let the stone dry thoroughly. Returning a stone into its box while still wet or damp will result in moulding and might decrease in quality.